Each year, Colorado State University and the CSU Alumni Association recognize outstanding alumni who have excelled in their professions and made significant contributions to their industries, communities, and the University.
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Linda L. Carlson (M.S., ’88), curator emerita of the Avenir Museum, is the 2022 recipient of the Spirit of Philanthropy Award.
In 2021, CSU’s donor community demonstrated extraordinary vision and generosity by giving more than $200 million, setting a University record for the most donations received in a calendar year.
The CSU community once again lived up to its reputation for generosity by making 2021’s Giving Tuesday the second best on record.
The year-end holidays are fast approaching and so is your opportunity to participate in Colorado State University’s Giving Tuesday – the day after Cyber Monday when the emphasis turns from buying to giving.
Each year, the Colorado State University Alumni Association and 50 Year Club Committee recognize two alumni who graduated at least 50 years ago for career achievement and public service. If you’re counting, that’s the Class of 1971 and before.
Each year, the Alumni Association honors CSU alumni and friends who have brought honor to the University by excelling in their professions and making significant contributions to their industries, communities, and the institution.
The size of the sugar industry in the United States is impressive, and Colorado State University’s ground-breaking research in support of the nation’s sugar beet farmers is transforming the industry.
The newly established VetRams Program is a partnership between the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Adult Learner and Veteran Services to provide academic and financial support to student-veterans pursuing a professional degree in veterinary medicine.
Gifts totaling more than $210,000 were made to nearly 100 funds across campus from 48 states and five countries in just 24 hours.