On Friday, April 5, the fourth annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival returns to Fort Collins for a nine-day run, closing the evening of Saturday, April 13.
Science of Learning
New book delivers research-backed strategies for long-term learning – and why they work.
OT and yoga
Study looks at combined activities to reduce fall risk among those with Parkinson’s disease.
Art students create pottery clay, glazes from raw materials.
Saving Orphan Annie
Shelter kitten receives heart surgery at CSU vet hospital.
tip of the tongue
Open-source software designed to bring sensory substitution to the mainstream.
Meet all those who have been honored with the Colorado State University Founders Day Medal.
Psychology researchers have written a book outlining a science-backed approach to learning, complete with practical tips on how to study effectively.
Colorado State University faculty earn commendation for research on the surprising relationship between long working hours and our well-being.
The first home game of the regular season at Canvas Stadium is set for Sept. 7 against West Illinois.
CSU Ventures supports video series by Assistive Technology Resource Center that explains why-to of accessible materials.
Congratulations to College of Business Dean Beth Walker, who was recently recognized by the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce as one of the Top 25 Most Powerful Women in the state.
The State Personnel Board has given academic institutions the authority to substitute days that coincide with the academic schedule for the 10 designated legal holidays.
If you have some ideas about how to shape CSU's future, come to the Strategic Plan Forum.
This year the CSU Office of Engagement is hosting the conference along with other Western region institutions.
Roth, 90, will discuss his experiences in Auschwitz and Buchenwald on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Main Ballroom of the Lory Student Center.
Local newspapers help protect American democracy by giving people the information they need to hold local government accountable. They also provide an alternative to national news that is often focused on partisan conflict.
The coal, oil and natural gas industries are also major contributors to human rights violations, public health disasters and environmental devastation.
Extreme cold weather can produce unusual phenomena, from so-called sea smoke to slushy ocean waves, caused mainly by the behavior of water at very cold temperatures.
The Trump administration is proposing to redefine a key term in the Clean Water Act that describes which streams, lakes, wetlands and other water bodies qualify for federal protection.
Colorado State University will host its second annual Water in the West Symposium on March 13-14 to convene diverse experts and thought leaders to collaborate on one of the greatest global issues: water.
'Conversation Starters' explain research questions tackled by university experts on The Conversation.
Educating students and community members about sustainable practices in tourism, agriculture, and other subjects has become a cornerstone for Colorado State University’s Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur (BCS), Mexico.
CenturyLink has donated $30,000 this year to the Little Shop of Physics.
Scientists and poets find a new way of communicating their respective areas of expertise.
Nogah Seidemann, a senior in the Department of Design and Merchandising and recipient of the prestigious Udall Scholarship, not only cares deeply about the design and production of clothing, but about doing so in an eco-friendly, sustainable manner.
Neil Bryson Ericson, 27, passed away on February 8.
School of Education Assistant Professor Jessica Gonzalez was recently honored for her outstanding teaching and research in multicultural counseling by the Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
Max Kearns Lowdermilk, 88, passed away on Friday, Oct. 5, at Friendship Village in Tempe, Arizona.
Six of CSU's top teachers will be honored March 27 at the annual Best Teacher Awards banquet.
Student proposals are being accepted until Feb. 20 for the Feminist Thought and Activism Conference, which will be held March 30 in the Lory Student Center. 2019 marks the 14th year of the Feminist Thought and Activism Conference (formerly the Women’s Conference) at CSU.
Local tennis icon Evelyn Hoeven has teamed with family friend Tim Sanford to provide the largest gift in the history of the CSU women's tennis program.
A lifelong love of health, fitness, and science has inspired alumna Jane Sullivan’s support of the Department of Health and Exercise Science.
Father Don Willette's generosity has created a new faculty position in the College of Liberal Arts.
Remarkable support from the Ram Family has allowed CSU's Rams Against Hunger program to grow tenfold in just five years.
TEDxCSU 2019 will take place March 9 in the Lory Student Center Theatre, featuring nine live talks as well as interactive exhibits where innovators and audience members can engage in spreading ideas.
The Rotary Clubs of Fort Collins will present a speech April 9 by Daryl Davis, a noteworthy author and musician best known for his work on improving race relations in America.
Best-selling author of 'On Gold Mountain' will speak Sunday afternoon at the Hilton Fort Collins.
International Programs will host the annual World Unity Fair on campus on Saturday, March 2.
Staff members of the Aspen Grille have planned a special menu to celebrate Black History Month with B/AACC on Feb. 21 and 22.
A fairly new play, One Man, Two Guvnors by Richard Bean, opens on Friday, Feb. 15, at the UCA.
On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Little Shop of Physics will host its 28th annual open house.
Ray Bouchet, an attorney who helped secure more than $3 billion in settlements and verdicts protecting human rights and the environment, opens the College of Business’ Dean’s Distinguished Leadership Series on Feb. 21.