As we near the start of fall, I want to share some updates with you on what we are doing to stay on top of the evolving pandemic.
Daily Archives: July 29, 2021
Colorado State University has become Colorado’s first member of the Age-Friendly University Global Network, an international group of colleges and universities that are committed to championing the needs of older adults in higher education.
Q&A session with Dr. Moses Kairo, professor and dean at the School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences, University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
A study involving more than 500 essential workers at CSU early in the pandemic correlated very low infection rates with very high rates of public health-protective behaviors.
Colorado State University’s signature program that provides K-12 students in need in the Poudre School District with the tools for success kicks into high gear the first full week in August, and there are plenty of ways for CSU employees to be part of the effort.
The size of the sugar industry in the United States is impressive, and Colorado State University’s ground-breaking research in support of the nation’s sugar beet farmers is transforming the industry.