Alan Rudolph, the executive who guided CSU’s multimillion dollar research enterprise to new heights and national recognition the past 10 years, announced that he will be leaving the university effective July 1.
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Rebecca Moritz is CSU’s biosafety director and director of the Office of Research Collaboration and Compliance. She’s responsible for lab safety at the university and leads the organization that sets professional standards for lab safety worldwide.
The quest for abundant, carbon-free energy will likely get a big boost by Colorado State University, home to advanced laser technology and a key partner in a national research consortium to advance nuclear fusion energy.
CSU is the recipient of more than $12 million for sustainable agriculture research under a new $2.8 billion federal program, the USDA recently announced.
The “Collaborations in Mental Wellness” symposium features documentary filmmaker Frederick Marx of “Hoop Dreams” and “Veterans Journey Home.”
The Front Range has emerged as a technopole. From Fort Collins to Denver to Colorado Springs, a collective of big research universities including CSU, government laboratories, military bases and supportive state and local governments have merged into a technology innovation ecosystem.
Colorado State University and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will host a two-day conference in Fort Collins on Aug. 30-31, the first such event in a series at six universities around the country.
Faced with disease threats to U.S. agriculture, land-grant universities such as Colorado State University must provide a first line of defense to protect public health, economic and national security and the livelihood of farm communities.
CSU offers students a fun entry to an emerging career field – plus cash prizes – at the annual Bio-Cybersecurity Student Challenge event on March 26 and 27.
Dr. Matthew Hepburn, the former vaccine development lead for “Operation Warp Speed,” will come to CSU to discuss the U.S. response to COVID-19 and other future pandemics.