Isaiah Stevens may not be the CSU men’s basketball team’s headliner, but he made the top 10 of the Bob Cousy Point Guard Award list.
Daily Archives: March 2, 2022
The Office of Risk Management & Insurance is still accepting applications for FY22 for the Office Ergonomics Matching Funds Program.
CSU is one of the nation’s top producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars —professionals, artists and scholars who usually hold faculty appointments — according to a recent report published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Beginning Thursday, March 3, and consistent with President McConnell’s message of Feb. 10, Colorado State University will no longer require masks to be worn in indoor areas on our Larimer County campuses.
SOURCE asked several CSU faculty experts to contribute to this Q&A about the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
With a $1,000 award, the Libraries will recognize a single CSU educator who demonstrates exemplary use of open educational resources (OER) in their classrooms or takes an active role in the creation and dissemination of open access materials.
Kim Tobin has announced her departure from CSU to become Michigan State University’s next vice president of university advancement. Tobin, who currently serves as CSU’s vice president for university advancement, joined CSU in 2003.