The largest and most diverse freshman class in Colorado State University’s history has led to record enrollment for the 10th consecutive year. The university welcomes 33,413 students to campus this year.
U.S. News ranking places Colorado State among the nation’s best.
President Frank’s annual remarks set for Sept. 20.
Landmark for a legend
Cans Around the Oval
Kick off Sept. 14; Collection Day Oct. 18.
Creating habitats on campus to attract pollinators.
Team documents WWII confinement camps in New Mexico.
On Sept. 26, the researchers will convene at Idaho National Laboratory for a live demonstration of the Real-Time Super Lab concept.
Drought, floods, and climate triggers to recent natural disasters will be among the key topics when global water experts convene in Denver in April to explore solutions to the world's most pressing water challenges.
A group of young researchers at CSU hopes to raise awareness about tuberculosis by putting eye-catching images of TB bacteria on sportswear.
Catalyst for Innovative Partnerships teams collaborate on some of the world’s most pressing problems.
U.S. News & World Report has taken notice of CSU's massive investments in infrastructure and student success, boosting Colorado’s land-grant university three spots in its annual rankings.
The 20th biennial Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition – the only exhibition of its kind in North America featuring the world’s top poster artists and designers – returns to Colorado State University this fall.
A team of historians from Colorado State University has completed a project to preserve and spread the stories of Japanese Americans who were detained in New Mexico confinement camps during World War II.
The Women & Gender Collaborative is launching a fall series designed to encourage open dialogue and awareness of the role gender identity plays in how we see and experience the world around us.
The goal is to create animal evacuation teams that are prepared to rescue animals safely, and to have trained volunteers and procedures in place for setting up temporary animal rescue shelters.
Houston’s drinking water system is being stressed by overflowing water reservoirs and dams, breached levees and possible problems at treatment plants and in the water distribution system.
Even compared to other tropical cyclones, the rain from Harvey has been very hard, and gone for a very long time.
Salazar Center for North American Conservation will be housed in CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
Colorado State University, bolstered by a record of nearly 42,000 donors, including a record of more than 18,000 alumni, raised $190 million in private support in the 2016-17 fiscal year, the third year in a row in which CSU has raised over $170 million in private support.
This summer, two Colorado State University faculty members, both from the Department of Psychology, were recognized with awards from the American Psychological Association.
The Department of Ethnic Studies launches new Women's and Gender Studies bachelor's degree.
CSU Equine Sciences alumna Cayla Stone will head to Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 14-16 for the 2017 Player’s Choice Extreme Mustang Makeover, to compete for $100,000 in prize money.
Tyler Mason was awarded the James Beard Foundation (JBF) National Scholarship — one of 10 high-impact $20,000 scholarships. Mason, a doctoral student in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, started a research project in January that focuses on specialty crops.
The Public Lands History Center will feature a panel of speakers from Colorado State University and CSU Extension for the fall American West Program on Oct. 5.
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter and prominent CSU faculty will discuss the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement on Oct. 4.
The Commission will mark the occasion with a community celebration Oct. 3, 4-6:30 p.m., in the Lory Student Center Theater.
In an era of political division, opposing parties engaging in a respectful, meaningful conversation can seem like an impossible feat.
This free event starts at 7 p.m. in the LSC Ballroom; doors open at 6:30 p.m. for first-come, first-served seating.