Everything was lining up nicely for Mostafa Hassan in his pursuit of Olympic glory. And then, COVID-19 happened.
Certified Water Operators at CSU have been tasked with keeping high-quality drinking water available during the COVID-19 pandemic, while most buildings are sparsely populated or completely unoccupied.
In response to the unprecedented economic and policy changes Colorado now faces, the Regional Economic Development Institute (REDI) at Colorado State University is hosting a series of webinars on the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic in the state.
LISTEN: Kaitlin Sisk has found a way to get practical experience. "I have a cat and a dog so I can kind of like go through the video and pause it and palpate my dog and and then keep going," she said. "I think it is like a little bit more active learning, like you have to be motivated to do it."
Abnormally warm sea temperatures are raising the risks for hurricanes, while the central and southeastern U.S. face flooding, and parts of the West are forecast to see heightened wildfire activity (Discover Magazine).
For the second year in a row, the College of Business’s Department of Accounting is No. 1 in Colorado in the Brigham Young University accounting research productivity rankings. The department also ranked highly in several specific research categories, including No. 4 for tax research and No. 12 for experimental managerial accounting research.
CSU’s Graduate Student Council selected Justin Whitaker as the 2020 Spring Volunteer of the Month, an honor bestowed once a semester.