Starting in the spring semester, all whole fruit served in residential dining centers is organic and/or locally sourced.
Monthly Archives: March 2017
A research team in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability is hosting a three-day event focused on clothing and overconsumption March 27-29.
Bestselling author and culture critic David Shields will visit Colorado State University March 22-23 for a book reading and signing, as well as a screening of a James Franco-directed film based on one of his books.
It can seem a pretty daunting challenge when you serve on a committee who has been charged with bringing about major institutional change, overcoming obstacles and structural constraints shaped by history and human nature over 150 years. But the Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty has moved swiftly, boldly and with determination to forge a better future for CSU.
Two CSU alumni took away major awards at the recent 2017 Cattle Industry Annual Convention and National Cattleman’s Beef Association Trade Show.
A day of browsing fabric shops, markets, galleries and pagodas exposed Spring 2017 Semester at Sea voyagers to a fresh perspective on life and art in Myanmar/Burma. Students in Professor Mary Littrell’s Historic Textiles class started their in-port field class by visiting the Yoyamay Textile Gallery in Yangon.
They’ve created a simple, cheap set of handheld tests that can detect the presence of many water- or food-borne pathogens.
Results of a study, “Work and Well-Being in the Colorado Cannabis Industry,” were published online in February.
Friday is the last day to register for one of the University’s signature community service events in the spring, CSUnity.
Forman will speak on March 21 and 22 as part of the Evening with an Author Series, presented by Friends of the CSU Libraries and the Poudre River Friends of the Library.