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Peggy Shepard leads WE ACT, one of the first environmental groups in the state of New York to be run by people of color.
Last summer, a group of CSU students in Belize launched a crowdfunding campaign to send local women to a workshop to learn how to create jewelry from the invasive lionfish.
Jane Slusarki-Harris, director of dance at Colorado State University, was one of five people recently honored for their contributions to dance in Colorado.
On Nov. 4, Gus Lee will give presentations on his book “With Schwarzkopf: Life Lessons of the Bear” which details his nearly 50-year friendship with Schwarzkopf and the radical and practical life lessons that he learned from the general.
Technological advancement has changed the writing process throughout the years. Just think about how different writing a paper on a modern computer is compared to writing a paper on an early generation computer, or a word processor, or a typewriter, or even by hand.
Spook-tacular CSU fun for all at football, volleyball contests and annual pipe organ concerts.
CSU Alumnus Michael Klamm is the national cattle statistician at the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Stephen Coleman, an assistant professor of equine sciences who focuses on equine breeding and genetics, is one of the latest additions to the Equine Sciences and Breeding and Genetics programs in CSU’s Department of Animal Sciences.