The class of 2020 has been officially welcomed into the Ram Family. After spending the day moving in, unpacking and settling in at their residence halls on Thursday, new students were treated to a night of Ram tradition.
Daily Archives: August 19, 2016
Engineers developing a mouthpiece for the hearing impaired have received technical help from someone whose own life could be touched by the technology.
The Office of the Vice President for Research is launching a Virtual Reality Initiative, with the goal of expanding the breadth and depth of this emerging technical field.
CSU’s Fermentation Science and Technology Program and Whole Foods Market are teaming up with local Fort Collins breweries to create a first-of-its-kind cross-educational and collaborative initiative: BREWniversity, the first event in The Front Range Ferment event series, being held Sept. 10 at participating breweries in Fort Collins.
Along with strong student support, CSU’s Student Diversity Programs and Services provides a setting where students are able to grow and expand their horizons by participating in, and contributing to, the university’s diverse campus environment.
Colorado State University has grown and evolved tremendously since the founders first envisioned the state’s land-grant college in 1870, and each decade has contributed to the footprint of today’s campus.
Quantitative biology is a growing field, and CSU is leading efforts to expand its reach.The 10th q-bio Summer School and Conference ended in late July, and this year’s program offered eight scientific themes on different campuses.
As students make their way around the south end of main campus this week and next, they’ll see big change on the horizon. Behind it all is an expert Facilities Management architectural and project management team who is building success through innovative thinking and a bold experiment.