Thanks to a collaborative effort by several units on campus, Colorado State University has launched a new online system for faculty to submit seating charts for their spring classes, streamlining and accelerating the contact tracing process used when a person tests positive for COVID-19.
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Human Resources is seeing a rise in fraudulent unemployment benefits claims filed using the identities of CSU employees, and is helping faculty and staff who suspect they have been targeted report the scam.
State laws that went into effect on Jan. 1 are bringing important changes to Colorado State University’s policies on hiring, compensation and sick leave.
A task force that issued a host of recommendations around improving work conditions for non-tenure-track faculty at Colorado State University has been reconvened.
As the nation heads toward Thanksgiving and other winter holidays, talking politics with that loud uncle at the socially distanced family gathering may cause some anxiety.
For people experiencing homelessness, having a pet can provide valuable companionship, mental health benefits, security and opportunities for responsibility and self-redemption.
Student activism has played a significant role at Colorado State University over the decades, whether it was focused on national politics, civil rights, apartheid, recycling or social justice.
A group of graduate student artists from Colorado State University successfully completed its mural on a building that will adjoin the future CSU Spur campus as part of CRUSH Walls, a Denver street art festival held Sept. 14-20.
A full-length documentary about history of Colorado’s land-grant university, produced in honor of Colorado State University’s 150th birthday, has been completed and will air on Rocky Mountain PBS at 8 p.m. on Oct. 1.
Colorado State University saw its ranking increase in several categories of the annual U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges edition released Sept. 14.