Uno de los ocho beneficiarios de una beca del Fondo de Innovación “100,000 Strong in the Americas”, Colorado State University-Pueblo, The Colorado State University Todos Santos Center y la Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur (UABCS), colaborarán para establecer un Instituto de Estudios de Ecoturismo en Baja California Sur, México.
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The CH2M Foundation announced Tuesday a $50,000 grant to the Colorado State University National Western Center Sustainability Team and the CSU Water Fellows Program.
The presidents of Colorado State University, CSU-Global Campus, and CSU-Pueblo traveled to the CSU Todos Santos Center in October to visit with regional partners and experience the programs happening at the Center.
One of eight recipients of a 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund grant, Colorado State University-Pueblo, the Colorado State University Todos Santos, and Autonomous University of Baja California Sur (UABCS), will collaborate to establish an Institute of Ecotourism Studies in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
The National Western Center, a project in which Colorado State University is an integral partner, broke ground Nov. 3 in Denver.
The work of Colorado State University’s Fashion Illustration class is on display at Denver Arts Week.
More than 4,000 members of the Baja California Sur community have attended workshops or classes at the Colorado State University Todos Santos Center, according to the Center’s 2016-2017 Program Report released this week.
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.
Volunteers from three organizations gathered at the CSU Todos Santos Center for a youth leadership workshop on Saturday, August 19.
Members of the Colorado State University Triathlon Team ran alongside the Denver community to support Clínica Tepeyac, a health care non-profit for the medically underserved.