Baja California Sur residents identified English language courses as a top community priority. CSU addressed that need by launching complimentary English courses in 2016.
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The first international conference on livestock health and nutrition took place at the CSU Todos Santos Center on Tuesday.
The ethnographic case study for Augusta Ahlm’s Master’s work looks at the challenges and opportunities of the next generation of agriculturalists in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, where CSU began programming at an international educational hub in 2015.
The National Western Center team has created regeneration goals for the project build-out, and Colorado State University is partnering with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to share information and expertise in order to achieve those aspirational goals. “CSU has a …
Two national leaders – former Iowa Governor and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and former senior advisor for international education at the US Agency for International Development Christie Vilsack – will join the Colorado State University team, in part to advise efforts surrounding the planned National Western Center.
Like many parents, Julio Flores will never forget the moment his daughter, Demitria, received her acceptance letter to Colorado State University.
On March 17, more than 20 students with cognitive disabilities and affective needs from Denver Public School’s Bruce Randolph, joined an orientation at the Temple Grandin Equine Center in North Denver to prepare them for equine activities every Friday through the end of their school year.
On Tuesday morning, 50 students from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver spent the day touring the Colorado State University campus.