Twenty documentary films representing 16 countries from five continents will make their appearance during the Fourth Annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival at Colorado State University April 5-13.
Joyce E. McConnell named as finalist for CSU’s 15th president.
When does a winter storm become a bomb cyclone?
CSU research shows reduction in malaria in children in Burkina Faso.
Watch adaptive robots reconfigure on the fly in Jianguo Zhao’s lab.
Researchers find nights and weekends at hospitals show more delivery complications.
textiles on display
Avenir spring exhibits feature shawls, Dior, student research.
Joyce McConnell, provost and vice president for academic affairs at West Virginia University, has been named as the finalist to become the 15th president of Colorado State University.
A team of international scientists led by Professor Brian Foy found that they were able to reduce cases of malaria in children in Burkina Faso by 20 percent, using a drug called ivermectin.
Tami Bond has been appointed the Walter Scott, Jr. Presidential Chair in Energy, Environment and Health, the second of four presidential chairs endowed by the transformational gift from college alumnus Walter Scott, Jr.
All registrations will be transferred to the new event date, which will be communicated directly to participants as soon as possible.
he Colorado State University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program continues to be ranked No. 3 nationally in the latest U.S. News & World Report list.
Winter weather may soon be here, and we wanted to provide you with information about how CSU makes campus closure decisions.
Current efforts seek to expand the coalition of allies who work to make our campus an inclusive space for all.
In his new role, he will continue to oversee the Office of Financial Aid, and will take on leadership of The Access Center.
More than 300 All Gender and 50 women's restrooms on campus will be stocked with pads and tampons at no charge by the beginning of Fall 2019 semester.
What does this ominous term, and related jargon like “bombogenesis,” tell us about the storm pounding states from Texas to Minnesota this week?
There are two straightforward ways to cover the cost and help accelerate the green revolution, while lowering the overall price tag.
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.
'Conversation Starters' explain research questions tackled by university experts on The Conversation.
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.
A new partnership between the Colorado State University System and the Latin American Education Foundation showcases the natural synergy between the two organizations in serving Latinx students.
High schoolers competed and collaborated to solve an engineering problem at Morgan Library.
Travel Buddy IPA will be unveiled at a tapping event on March 27 at Red Truck Beer Co.
Campus was closed on Wednesday, March 13, due to a significant snowstorm dubbed a "bomb cyclone," which is characterized by a sudden and significant drop in atmospheric pressure.
The latest US News and World Report ranking of social work master’s programs places CSU’s School of Social Work in the top 15% nationally among accredited public universities.
Wednesday, March 27, is the last day to register for CSUnity.
In the latest rankings of the best graduate schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, the Colorado School of Public Health is ranked No. 23 in the nation, along with nine others, out of 177 Master of Public Health schools and programs accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.
For the first time, representatives of nearly all of Colorado State University’s major employee-based programs and groups working on gender issues gathered in the same place at the same time to share what they are doing and forge new connections.
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies is recruiting couples who are at least 18 years old and in committed relationships (living together or married) for a study of the different ways that couples communicate, and how that’s related to health.
Nearly 2,000 supporters showed their love for CSU on Proud To Be Day of Giving.
Each year, Campus Connections engages approximately 250 youth and 300 CSU students. For alumna Caley Follmer, it was one of the best experiences of her college career.
You can make CSU a better place during Proud to Be Day of Giving on March 7.
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.
Julia Gillard, the first woman to serve as Prime Minister of Australia, will speak as part of the Global Engagement Lecture Series.
Being held at the Denver Grand Hyatt this year, the event brings together speakers from multiple disciplines to advance the ever-broadening conversation about energy.
In "Auschwitz #34207 - the Joe Rubinstein Story," Nancy Geise tells a life story of unconquerable courage and discovering light in the darkest of places.
The spring offerings that recently debuted in the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising are diverse and compelling.