The CSU Employee Appreciation Board recognized CSU Student Legal Services for the unit’s exemplary service on Feb. 8.
Daily Archives: February 28, 2018
When students and faculty/staff have opportunities to interact outside of classroom time, it encourages everyone to become better acquainted with each other on an informal level, and creates connections that transcend as well as enhance academics.
Earlier this month, Colorado State University’s Todos Santos Center cohosted two back-to-back One Health fish necropsy workshops with instructors from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), focusing on the role fish play in ecosystems, the health of those fish, and how the health of oceans and aquatic life impacts human health and other species.
The Hillel chapter at Colorado State is one of the first student-run organizations in the country to receive an international recognition known as the Hazon Seal of Sustainability.
Over 600 professionals, community members, faculty, staff and students gathered at Colorado State University to participate in Northern Colorado’s first annual Human Trafficking Symposium on Feb. 22.
The Graduate Degree Program in Ecology celebrated its 25th anniversary earlier this month, which included events reflecting on the program’s past and future, student presentations, and a reception.