Lise Youngblade, who took the reins of the College of Health and Human Sciences on Aug. 5, is energized by the state of the college — and its potential for growth and innovation.
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In one of his last acts as president of Colorado State University, Tony Frank has created a new scholarship to benefit undergraduate students in the President’s Leadership Program.
Hank Gardner, an associate vice president for research who co-founded Colorado State University’s Office of Defense Engagement, retired this spring and will be succeeded by Kelly Mann, who has been named interim director of the office.
Nicole Ehrhart, one of Colorado State University’s foremost experts in translational medicine, has been named director of the Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging.
CSU’s Health and Medical Center provides care for the body and mind. It’s also, apparently, a good place to find authors of children’s books.
About a year after Colorado State University’s first bee hives were installed at the Durrell Center, CSU will add four more hives near the Horticulture Center, on the south side of campus.
Students in a graphic design class at CSU got some real-world experience working for a client when they took on a marketing job for the Energy Institute’s rural electrification project in Rwanda.
Colorado State University installed its first array of photovoltaic solar panels a decade ago, on the roof of the Engineering Building.
The Multicultural Undergraduate Research, Art and Leadership (MURALS) Symposium took place on March 29 in the Lory Student Center.