The Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System today voted to approved budget and tuition proposals from the system’s campuses – CSU, CSU-Pueblo and the CSU-Global Campus – for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
Daily Archives: May 7, 2015
Parking and Transportation Services is planning to build a parking garage on the southeast side of campus, to accommodate growing parking needs. The garage will be built over a portion of existing lot #575, at the southeast corner of Pitkin …
Since Eddy Hall was constructed in 1963, it’s had a storied history. It was inundated with water during the flood of 1997, and historical documents say two entire academic departments were devastated. Despite such a history, the building has never …
Biology courses at CSU are among the university’s most heavily enrolled classes, with about 60 percent of students engaged in courses through this department as a focal topic of study or to fulfill enrollment requirements. Even with so much student …
Summer office hours — 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. — will be in effect from Monday, May 18, through Friday, Aug. 14.
Joe Parker, CSU’s new director of athletics, assured the Board of Governors he will work with the community to make sure the stadium project goes smoothly.
Anita Bundy, professor and chair of occupational therapy at the University of Sydney, has been named the new head of the Department of Occupational Therapy at Colorado State University.
John Morris is a 28-year-old graduating economics major from Fort Collins who has invented a new suspension system for wheelchairs — because he uses one.
Professor Jan Leach s a co-investigators working on a $5.5 million NSF funded study that will serve as proof of principle that genome editing can be used to optimize quantitative traits in rice, such as height, yield and disease resistance.