Mark T. Gilderhus, a professor of U.S. diplomatic history, died at his home in Fort Collins on Thursday, January 22, of cancer. He taught at Colorado State University for 29 years, serving as the chair of the History Department from …
Daily Archives: February 16, 2015
The Colorado State University Youth Sports Camps program has added golf to the list of activities offered summer of 2015. The Youth Sports Camps, which started in 1970, feature 13 different summer camp programs, and registration is now open.
The Singer of the Year annual competition will make its return on Saturday February 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Organ Recital Hall at the University Center for the Arts, located at 1400 Remington St.
Honor BandCSU’s annual High School Honor Band Festival kicks off on Thursday, February 26 with the Symphonic Band. It continues with the Wind Symphony’s a continuation of their series, ‘Elements’, on Friday, February 27. Finally, it concludes with the High School Honor Band’s performance on February 28.
CSU Jazz Ensembles kick off their spring semester with a special combined concert with Rocky Mountain High School on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Griffin Concert Hall at the University Center for the Arts, located at 1400 Remington St.
In light of Career Fair taking place this week, the Career Center offers some tips in order to get the most out of it and increase you opportunities of landing a job.
With the relocation of the greenhouses at the W.D. Holley Plant Environmental Research Center this summer, CSU will construct a state-of-the-art center for horticulture education and research adjacent to a popular community garden and federal research center.
Three Colorado State University graduate students and two CSU faculty members recently launched an initiative in Fort Collins called Science on Tap, a program that seeks to connect the community and science.
Thanks to new technology, researchers will have the first glimpse of the earth below the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica, filling a gap in our understanding of the Antarctic continent that lies beneath a 1000-foot thick expanse of floating ice the size of Texas.