Transportation safety training courses are now available for all CSU authorized drivers.
Daily Archives: April 20, 2022
Una perspectiva de equidad motiva a Gabriela Ramírez a continuar su investigación basada en el laboratorio de Rushika Perera en el Centro de Enfermedades Infecciosas Transmitidas por Vectores.
Coloradans are invited until May 1 to test and give feedback on the beta version of the state’s new interactive environmental justice mapping tool, Colorado EnviroScreen.
The Conversation has been covering the science of masks since the beginning of the pandemic. Masking may no longer be required on mass transit, but you can always choose to still wear a mask.
Transfort, the transit agency owned by the City of Fort Collins, has announced it is lifting its mask requirement for passengers effective immediately. This change affects all Transfort routes, including MAX and FLEX, as well as Transfort bus stops and transit centers.
High school students from Northern Colorado were challenged to be the change needed during the 2022 Climate Leadership Summit at CSU. Sponsored by SoGES and the Poudre School District, close to 200 students participated.
The search will be led by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, an organization secured by CSU to manage the search process and identify the ideal candidate for the position.
During the week of April 24-30 CSU employees can enjoy a free treat at participating on- and off-campus cafes.
Even when relations between Moscow and the West soured, the Arctic Council’s work was a reminder that multilateral partnerships could thrive despite global discord.
In January, staff members of The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) staff were celebrated by CSU’s Employee Appreciation Board for their successful transition to online/remote learning during the early days of the pandemic.