Dean David McLean recently announced his intent to retire at the end of the fiscal year.
On Friday, September 30, grab a friend, loved one, or colleague and create some fresh fall favorites with the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center. Register for the KRNC fall date night cooking class today.
Interim President Rick Miranda visited Faculty Council at its first meeting of the academic year on Sept. 6 to give a budget primer for members.
"Let’s work on changing the attitude of people handling animals. If you want animals handled right, you can’t be understaffing and overworking, and I know everybody has problem with that." -Temple Grandin
Marcus Appleby, who serves as industry liaison and instructor in the Colorado State University Department of Design and Merchandising, works to create lasting relationships with his fellow colleagues and students.
After a a rapid test for canine parvovirus, Dr. Lindsey Dunn ordered a more sensitive diagnostic test based on a method known as polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, from the Colorado State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories, which confirmed canine parvovirus.
Kimber Finan seeks to educate students on how the human body can reach its full potential by optimizing health and performance.
Switzer utilizes her knowledge and dedication to advocate for the adaptive use of existing buildings and inspire the next generation to continue the legacy of historical spaces.
Thomson works to leverage his experience as an emergency and EMS physician to support the lab activities including research studies and stress testing for firefighters and athletes.
Tatiana Rogers is a fresh new face in the world of veterinary medicine. She recently completed business school and received her Masters of Business Administration through CSU's dual degree program, and is working toward becoming a veterinarian from there.