In what would prove to be one of his final acts with CSU, Walter Scott, Jr. chose to expand the existing Scott Scholars Program for undergraduate engineering students, committing through his foundation an additional $11.4 million toward the program.
Amazon’s expansion into department stores could reshape retail industry.
CSU’s 2021 Diversity Symposium set for Oct. 25-29.
Take a look back at Homecoming weekend through the lenses of CSU’s photography team.
Emissions, air quality and heat in urban areas: CSU researchers receive over $2.2 million.
CSU researchers awarded $1.5 million from NSF to tackle perplexing issue of migratory birds and light pollution.
West Nile virus transmission
Can backyard chickens provide answers about transmission of the West Nile virus?
AGU Fellows serve as global leaders and experts who have propelled the world’s understanding of geosciences.
Researchers will tackle the problem of light pollution and how it affects bird migration.
Researchers hope to inform policy management in Northern Colorado at a time when West Nile virus numbers are the highest they’ve been in years.
A CSU professor answered questions about how supply chain issues are impacting the automotive industry, and when consumers could see improvements.
The Climate Program Office at NOAA has announced research funding that increases understanding of emissions in urban areas.
The Panacea Life Sciences Cannabinoid Research Center will serve as a springboard for CSU-based research, new and ongoing, focused on CBD and other naturally occurring compounds in hemp.
Held on college campuses across the nation, Campus Equity Week — Oct. 25-29 — hosts a series of events devoted to education and advocacy for non-tenure-track faculty.
A multimodal enhancement project is underway that will connect the three-mile stretch between the Foothills Campus Transit Station to Colorado State University’s Main Campus.
The 2021 Employee Climate Survey, launching on Tuesday, Oct. 19, will provide an opportunity for employees to let leadership at all levels know what it is like to work at CSU in these unique times.
Get important information on parking and road closures.
A special website created for Colorado State University’s 150th birthday and a story in The Washington Post about continued efforts to develop new COVID-19 vaccines have won honors from the Colorado chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.
Applications for the Interdisciplinary Training, Education and Research in Food-Energy-Water Systems program at Colorado State University are now being accepted through Jan. 14.
In a new paper, CSU Assistant Professor Nathan Mueller examines how U.S. dairy operations may be impacted by extreme weather conditions.
Since the 1990s, getting enough water has been a problem that — drop by drop — has only been compounded over the years for both sides of the U.S./Mexico border.
The Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging, in line with its mission to provide educational opportunities to the community, is hosting two special events in the coming weeks to provide resources and recommendations for healthy aging in older adults.
CSU communications student Savanah Overturf is using her platform to advocate for those with unique abilities.
Applications for the CSU AmeriCorps Education Support Program are due November 1.
If the latest deluge of Facebook controversies has you ready to kick the app to the digital curb, you are not alone.
The idea that a pathogen could escape from a laboratory and infect the entire world is the stuff of horror movies. Working with biological materials does have inherent risks, and laboratory incidents will happen – the goal is to minimize risks to laboratory personnel, the community and the environment.
Susan C. Faircloth, an enrolled member of the Coharie Tribe of North Carolina and professor of education at CSU, explains the history of Indigenous Peoples Day and what it means to American education.
As a climate scientist myself, I was excited to learn that Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi have been awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize for Physics.
On Sept. 25, 2021, Colorado State University lost a giant in the Ram community — Walter Scott, Jr. Through his unrelenting support and philanthropy to his alma mater, Mr. Scott helped propel CSU to new heights.
What began as a conversation between Kat Ernst and former student Mahmod Shamsi about potential job opportunities in Fort Collins turned into an international bid to save his and his family’s lives.
Take a look back at photos from that eventful day and hear from CSU community members in their own words.
Read several stories taking a look at the people, facilities and research affected by the Cameron Peak Fire.
The CSU Mountain Campus and Odell Brewing in Fort Collins have come together in partnership to celebrate the remote 1,600-acre campus through the creation of a fundraiser that supports various programs and activities hosted at the satellite campus.
CSU Spur will open its first building in January, but will host its fourth annual Water in the West Symposium on Nov. 3-4, hosting speakers to discuss solution of scale. The 2021 Symposium will be hosted virtually, but plans to return to in-person in 2022.
New student enrollment increased this fall at Colorado State University’s Fort Collins and Pueblo campuses, reflecting student desire to return to on-campus learning despite the ongoing challenges of attending college during a pandemic. At the same time, the CSU System also saw jumps in the number of students attending online through CSU Global, CSU Fort Collins, and CSU Pueblo.
Building on progress that CSU campuses have made over the last decade, the Board of Governors of the CSU System recently voted to invest $11 million to push forward efforts designed to close equity gaps and improve overall rates of student success.