A year of “2nd Saturdays at CSU Spur” begins on Saturday, Feb. 11, with a day of free, family-oriented programs, activities, and demonstrations centered on the campus’s core themes of food, water, and health.
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About 2,000 visitors explored the CSU Spur campus during CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show on Jan. 14.
Cowbells and the escalating rumble of stock show activity punctuated a Friday afternoon celebration marking completion of the CSU Spur campus and the opening of Hydro, a building focused on water research, innovation, and engagement.
The opening of Hydro, the largest of CSU Spur’s three buildings, rounds out an urban campus that was created as a sort of laboratory aimed at finding new ways to engage, inform, and inspire the broader community.
The opening of CSU Spur’s Hydro building on Jan. 6 represents the launch of a new engine of invention and innovation relating specifically to water and marks the culmination of a decade-long process to imagine and create the CSU Spur campus in Denver.
History, Community, and Environment in Mexico semester program at the CSU Todos Santos Center offers immersion and inspiration.
The latest economic forecast from the Colorado Futures Center predicts that the state’s economy will continue slowing in coming months, and that growth may even turn negative for a brief period in early 2023.
College Track, based in Oakland, California, currently works with about 250 Colorado high school students, most of them aspiring first-generation college graduates, at centers it operates in Aurora and Denver. Now, the organization’s work in the state is poised to expand significantly under a new, multi-dimensional partnership involving College Track and the Colorado State University System.
The Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at CSU Spur is an educational hub for students from CSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences to complete an externship in community veterinary services as part of the year-long series of clinical experiences that concludes the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program.
The CSU System’s annual gathering of policymakers, residents, and leaders from the agriculture, business, and non-profit sectors, held Nov. 2-3, spoke to the potential to address many western and global water challenges through coordinated action, creativity, and a willingness to adapt.