Colorado State University launched a new pilot program this fall to get first-year students of color more involved in undergraduate research, boosting their engagement and retention rates.
Daily Archives: December 15, 2021
CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show is right around the corner on Jan. 15, with a family-friendly grand opening event for the CSU System’s new Spur campus scheduled for the same day.
Following Vice President for Operations and Chief Financial Officer Lynn Johnson’s announcement of her retirement from Colorado State University this spring, the University will launch a national search for her replacement in January.
Colorado State University’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability has awarded seven projects for 2022 Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants, created in partnership with the President’s Sustainability Commission. The grants fund projects that improve students’ exposure to interdisciplinary sustainability content in CSU’s curriculum.
The Class of 2021 represents the very best of Colorado State University, remaining stalwart and pursuing their degrees in the face of challenges and uncertainties. As more than 2,300 students prepare to graduate, meet just a few of CSU’s Outstanding Grads.
If there has been a singular truth about how Colorado State University has functioned during the pandemic, it is this: CSU succeeded together as a community this fall in keeping the COVID pandemic remarkably in check thanks to a long-standing university community value — old fashioned teamwork.
Beth Anne Mitchell took her Savior’s hand on Dec. 11, following a fatal reaction to chemotherapy.