During an eight-mile training run recently, my thoughts turned to “Why do I run?” and “Why do I keep going?” Chuckling to myself, I knew the answers immediately. I run because of the numerous health benefits, and I keep going to achieve my goals. I think these ideas translate well to finding the motivation to get an education.
Daily Archives: November 16, 2015
Using low-light satellite imagery, researchers led by the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere at CSU have shed light on detailed properties of upper-atmospheric motions.
The Fort Collins Museum of Art has declared this Friday, Nov. 20, as Bob Coonts Day in honor of the retired CSU affiliate faculty member, and is opening a special exhibition that will display Coonts’ work since 2008 as well as a selection of work from 20 of his employees, friends and students over the years.
The student brewmeisters enrolled in Colorado State University’s Brewing Science and Technology class are kicking off the holiday season with a winter-themed brew called Polar Ale – Alt Man Winter.
For the second time since 2010, a graduate of Colorado State University will lead the world’s largest organization for public relations professionals.
Scientists are designing gene “circuits,” analogous to electronic parts, that control specific plant characteristics.
Two Colorado State University graduates are key contributors to a prestigious anthology of the nation’s top long-form nonfiction.