The CSU System breaks ground on Hydro — the final of three buildings at its CSU Spur campus that is being constructed as part of the future National Western Center.
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A half-price ticket is available for the first 100 students to sign up for the third annual Colorado State University Spur Water in the West Symposium, featuring expert speakers from across the country on Nov. 18-19.
As Amy Parsons steps away from a collective 16 years at Colorado State University and the CSU System, she leaves a legacy as a respected leader and colleague responsible for landmark projects and strong community connections forged.
The CSU System has selected eight artists to activate its future, three-building campus — Spur — at the National Western Center in north Denver with unique, large-format art installations.
On June 18, the CSU System unveiled its new branding and website to better represent and showcase the strength and unity of its three campuses.
The Board of Governors of the CSU System announced that Dr. Becky Takeda-Tinker, Colorado State University Global’s first president, will transition to a new role as chief educational innovation officer for the System.
On May 5, Colorado State University System broke ground on a new Denver campus — called Spur — which will invite the public to explore and interact with educational content around water, food, and health.
CSU System’s largest building initiative is moving ahead. Construction is starting this month, and Spur is set to open in 2022.
Together We Grow is a consortium of some of the world’s largest agribusiness interests focused on building a skilled, diverse, and inclusive agricultural workforce.
A group of Colorado State University alumni visited the CSU Todos Santos Center in October to experience the university System’s first international offering.