It is one of my favorite times of the year when students start to arrive on campus.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe and other EPA staffers visited the Agricultural Research and Development Center to learn more about CSU's commitment to advancing the science of sustainable agricultural systems and accelerating agriculture’s climate resiliency.
Meet some of the female veterinarians blazing a path for the next generation, including CSU alumna Dr. Whitney Miller, Petco’s lead veterinary expert on standards of excellence in animal care and welfare.
Dr. Nolan, who earned a PhD in radiation and cancer biology at Colorado State University and is board certified in radiation oncology from the American College of Veterinary Radiology, has dedicated much of his work to the treatment of feline cancer.
The Verena Biology Integration Institute will advance a cross-disciplinary research agenda that targets significant sources of emerging infectious diseases.
"The launch of the fall semester at Colorado State University is a time that brings us all back together in a shared sense of Ram pride, and renewed energy for a new academic year. The return of students creates an excitement that inspires all of us."
Beginning Saturday, Aug. 13, CSU Spur is launching “2nd Saturdays at CSU Spur” – while every day at Spur is free and open to the public, each 2nd Saturday of the month will offer extra programming and family-friendly fun for visitors
Colorado State University football is kicking off the Jay Norvell era against Middle Tennessee State on Saturday, Sept. 10, at Canvas Stadium, and CSU employees can get two complimentary tickets to the game.