For the fifth year, students and faculty from the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences brought free veterinary care, community education, and health resources to Denver’s Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods.
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On Sept. 21, students from CSU’s Women in Construction club and Women Engaging in Construction Mentoring program volunteered to complete home improvement projects in north Denver.
During spring break, CSU will host its third Family Adventure Week at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Colorado State University is partnering to make Denver Startup Week (DSW) sustainable for the first year, with a focus on reducing waste at Basecamp, and creating resources for venue hosts to join the green initiative.
In a first-of-its-kind partnership, Colorado State University System and Minds Matter are working together to ensure a clear pathway to college for high-achieving, low-income students across the state.
On Aug. 16, Colorado State University System institutions will join community members and partners for a ribbon-cutting ceremony of Sturm Collaboration Campus in Castle Rock, Colorado – a project more than four years in the making.
Ahora en su quinto año de programación, CSU Todos Santos Center organiza docenas de talleres, eventos, cursos, proyectos de investigación y programas que llegan a miles de estudiantes, profesores y miembros de la comunidad local de forma continua.
In April, the CSU System signed a formal memorandum of understanding with Bruce Randolph School to continue offering a variety of college- and career-readiness programs to north Denver students.
Now in its fifth year of programming, the CSU Todos Santos Center hosts dozens of workshops, events, courses, research projects, and programs reaching thousands of students, faculty, and local community members on an ongoing basis.
Michael McGrady, 24, lives with a rare and often painful neurological disorder and never thought his dream of working with horses would come true. But earlier this month, that all changed, when Colorado State University’s Temple Grandin Equine Center in north Denver hired McGrady to assist with the facility’s upkeep each Monday.