Last March, a campus normally humming with students shoulder-to-shoulder in labs, studios, classrooms and dining halls, went into sleep mode when nearly all campus operations moved to virtual settings where possible.
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The Zoom event featured updates on the university’s Summer Session plans, vaccine rollout, and ongoing public health precautions and guidelines.
Go behind the scenes of CSU’s saliva screening processes, including how to get it done, and what happens to the samples once they’re collected.
The COVID-19 reporter replaced the Daily Symptom Checker last fall and has helped CSU Public Health gather more useful information.
Leadership outlined the university’s sustained efforts around teaching and learning, even as year 2 of the COVID-19 pandemic arrives.
The core technology for the new disinfectant is based on the same principle CSU disease researchers are testing for a vaccine against the novel coronavirus.
For CSU alumnus Joe Sertich, discovering and naming new dinosaurs is all part of his day job.
The Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense spotlighted the threats to the nation’s agricultural systems during its Nov. 5 meeting at CSU.
Spending on research, which has grown by nearly $100 million in the last decade, signals a bright future for the university’s research environment.
The Bridges to Baccalaureate program serves Front Range Community College students in the sciences who are transferring to CSU to complete their degrees.