As the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, Colorado State University anthropology professor Katherine Browne is releasing a new book Standing in the Need: Culture, Comfort and Coming Home after Katrina.
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Workplaces that value employees’ safety and well-being as much as company productivity yield the greatest rewards, according to a study done by researchers at Colorado State University and the Colorado School of Public Health.
Colorado State University is one of only six schools in the country that has just been charged by the National Science Foundation with retooling the way engineering and computer science are taught.
Three Colorado State University faculty members are taking a group of students to South Africa this month to help preserve the art, history and customs of an indigenous community.
As political unrest continues in the war-torn East African country of Burundi, a Colorado State University professor is planning to travel there this summer to continue his work in educating a new generation of leaders in peace-building and sustainable development.
Gay Israel, professor and former head of CSU’s Department of Health and Exercise Science, is one of only six people nationally to receive a 2015 Citation Award from the American College of Sports Medicine.
CM Cares, the Colorado State University construction management program’s community service learning initiative, helped two more families in need this spring by making accessibility improvements to their homes.
Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center spearheaded a first-of-its-kind workshop that will be held next week in Washington, D.C., to explore how the study of pets with naturally occurring cancer can inform the treatment of that disease in humans.
Colorado State University has tapped a proven leader to position the College of Agricultural Sciences to drive innovation and entrepreneurship within the state’s agricultural industry. Ajay Menon will become the college’s next dean beginning July 1.
When the third annual Coors Field GaRden was planted last week, a new crop joined the team: organic Purple Viking potatoes that will be used to make potato chips the shade of the Colorado Rockies’ primary color for fans to enjoy in the baseball stadium.