John Morris is a 28-year-old graduating economics major from Fort Collins who has invented a new suspension system for wheelchairs — because he uses one.
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A Colorado State University student participated in the National Park Service’s Selma-to-Montgomery Walking Classroom, a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the 1965 march.
The CSU Wildlife Disease Association and the CSU One Health Club will host a dinner and panel discussion on the “Economics of Wildlife Disease” on Thursday, April 23.
Diane Larsen-Freeman, a professor emerita, researcher and author in the field of second language acquisition, grammar and pedagogy, will be a guest speaker this month for the Teaching English as a Foreign Language/Teaching English as a Second Language Student Association’s Advocacy Week.
Apparel and Merchandising alum Kelly Olech (’04), will be on campus to give a lectureThursday, April 9 at 7:00 p.m. in Clark A102 about her career in the advertising and promotions field since graduating from CSU.
The sixth annual Public Health Symposium at Colorado State University, entitled “Microbial Ecology in a Changing World: Emerging issues in antimicrobial resistance,” will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15.
Colorado State University will observe National Public Health Week the first week of April. The student council has organized several activities throughout the week.
The 2015 Associated Students of Colorado State University presidential campaigns are underway, and three candidate teams are facing off in the election this week.
The Department of Communication Studies at Colorado State University is hosting a free screening of “Tricked,” a Colorado-based sex trafficking documentary, on Monday, April 6, at 5:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theater.
Dan Beachy-Quick, the first CSU faculty member in the humanities to receive a Monfort Professorship, is fascinated with silence. So much so that he is writing a book-length essay on the topic.