For people experiencing homelessness, having a pet can provide valuable companionship, mental health benefits, security and opportunities for responsibility and self-redemption.
A team from Colorado State University that includes occupational therapy and mechanical engineering students is transforming the backyard of a 5-year-old Fort Collins girl who has a rare genetic disorder.
Winter weather may soon be here, and we wanted to provide you with information about how CSU makes campus closure decisions.
Students in the Community Practice program at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences get hands-on experience working with animals outside of a clinical setting, while students from the School of Social Work gain skills providing assistance and resources to the pet owner.
A recently signed partnership with Namasté Solar and Solaris Energy has the potential to double the amount of solar energy on the Fort Collins campuses, bringing the university closer to its goal of 100% renewable electricity by 2030.
The first Master of Public Policy and Administration cohort at CSU includes students with diverse backgrounds, talents, and ambitions.
A half-price ticket is available for the first 100 students to sign up for the third annual Colorado State University Spur Water in the West Symposium, featuring expert speakers from across the country on Nov. 18-19.
People living near unconventional oil or gas wells report chronic stress and depression related to their uncertainty about environmental and public health risks as well as noise, pollution, and truck traffic.