President Joyce McConnell concludes her tenure as the president of Colorado State University this week – a tenure that saw the university through the unprecedented challenges of the global coronavirus pandemic. Here, SOURCE looks back on some of the highlights of McConnell’s time at CSU.
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The science of food is sprouting in Terra – the second of three buildings to open at the new CSU Spur campus in Denver – and the public can get a taste of new programming at the unique, urban setting starting in early June.
Lillian Greene-Chamberlain is an honored Colorado State University alumna from 1963 and a trailblazer in elite women’s track and field who is back on a podium this summer, when she is highlighted as part of a new national initiative called “Lift Every Voice.”
A member of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, Traci Morris was one of five experts invited to testify at the congressional subcommittee hearing.
The seven-part “Race to the Center of the Earth” premieres March 29 on Nat Geo television, with $1 million for the winners.
CSU will bestow the 2021 Founders Day Medallion on Professor Emeritus John Matsushima, a legendary scientist in beef-cattle nutrition whose innovations have influenced the global food system and exemplify the university’s land-grant mission.
Propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, a CSU research team is pursuing a vaccine that would thwart the novel coronavirus using a genetically modified form of the well-known probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus, a bacterium commonly ingested in yogurt and other foods for gut health.
Jan Iron, a Navajo woman, is a leader in Northern Colorado’s Native American community who works to celebrate and preserve Native culture. She is a 1986 CSU graduate.
A Q&A with Tony Frank on the 10th anniversary of his presidency, about CSU, the future and, of course, Abraham Lincoln.