Read about our new instructors in FSHN, Amy Sheflin and Brittney Sly.
An atmospheric chemist, Fischer uses field-based and applied modeling approaches to investigate the sources of atmospheric trace gases.
The Native American Cultural Center will host a community engagement event and an evening keynote for Indigenous Peoples' Day on Oct. 11.
CSU celebrated the new law, which adds to the foundation laid by the University community a decade ago through the Native American Legacy Award.
Ernie Chavez, a professor in the Department of Psychology has dedicated his professional and personal life to serving historically minoritized students and supporting their success. “My legacy is people,” he said. “The people who are out there doing the work.”
Bats can harbor coronaviruses, so studying bats and pathogens is critical to global public health.
Susan C. Faircloth, an enrolled member of the Coharie Tribe of North Carolina and professor of education at CSU, explains the history of Indigenous Peoples Day and what it means to American education.
The on-campus mentoring program for youth who have experienced adversity, Campus Connections, is now accepting applications for Spring 2022.
Science News caught up with 10 noteworthy Scientists to Watch alumni, including CSU's Emily Fischer, who studies wildfire smoke and has faced the threat of fires firsthand.
Three researchers from Cambridge to Michigan received funding from the College of Business for their submissions to the Business for a Better World Dissertation Proposal Competition. The PhD candidates shared their work around business sustainability and received feedback and support from College faculty during a September research workshop.