Houston’s drinking water system is being stressed by overflowing water reservoirs and dams, breached levees and possible problems at treatment plants and in the water distribution system.
On a beautiful Colorado summer evening, hundreds of students, alumni, university leadership, industry leaders, colleagues and friends gathered to wish a happy 70th birthday to an extraordinary person – Temple Grandin.
Even compared to other tropical cyclones, the rain from Harvey has been very hard, and gone for a very long time.
While it’s not unusual for Colorado State University students to enjoy the great outdoors during the summer, one group becomes actively involved in preserving the history — and future — of a local natural treasure.
Experiencing stress is one thing, but understanding what stress is, and how we respond to it, is a bit harder to fathom. Gloria Luong aims to learn more about stress and how our responses to it changes as we age.
Symposium, set for Sept. 26-28, provides opportunities to present research about diversity and inclusion, and communicate CSU’s commitment to these concepts.
This summer, Associate Professor in Department of Chemistry Melissa Reynolds stepped into the dean's office as the CSU College of Natural Sciences' new associate dean for research.
CSU undergraduates majoring in STEM fields are now eligible for a merit-based scholarship offered by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation. The award offers top-performing juniors and seniors $10,000 each and provides lifelong opportunities and programs.
Lauren Shomaker, a researcher in CSU’s Department of Human Development and Family Studies, recently received a grant that will allow her to study why depression is linked to insulin sensitivity.