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Daily Archives: February 11, 2019
Colorado State University will host its second annual Water in the West Symposium on March 13-14 to convene diverse experts and thought leaders to collaborate on one of the greatest global issues: water.
CSU scientists will discuss the importance of diverse perspectives in biodiversity science and conservation.
Morgan, who was born in 1909, became Colorado A&M’s eighth president in 1949, and managed the transition from Colorado A&M, an agriculture and engineering school, to Colorado State University, a diverse research institution comprising eight colleges.
Meet all those who have been honored with the Colorado State University Founders Day Medal.
One of Albertson’s most recognized contributions was his critical role in the formation of the Peace Corps.
The medal was presented to Stryker for her long-term, transformational support of the university’s academic and athletic programs.
The Monfort family was presented with the inaugural CSU Founders Day Medal in honor of their great contributions to the university and their leadership on behalf of CSU and higher education.