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.
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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.
A new book on immigration by Colorado State University philosophy Professor Philip Cafaro will be the subject of a panel discussion at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., this week.
A Colorado State University faculty member and his students have been getting out of the classroom and into a community that has seen its share of struggles in recent years — but a greater number of victories.
Nutrition educators are on the front lines when it comes to making sure Americans have the most up-to-date information about food and nutrition, and Colorado State University’s 36th Lillian Fountain Smith Conference, sponsored by the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, will arm nutrition educators with current and authoritative information for their fight against obesity and other nutrition-related chronic diseases.
The minister of finance for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ibrahim Al-Assaf, who earned his Ph.D. in economics from Colorado State University in 1982, received an honorary doctorate from CSU on May 15.
A new research facility at Colorado State University – the only one of its kind in the world – will be established with a $9 million grant from NASA to help reveal the effects of long-term space radiation exposure as the nation prepares for a manned mission to Mars.
The votes have been counted, and a new slate of Classified Personnel Council members will begin serving on July 1.
Avian influenza viruses have been detected in poultry flocks in a number of states, and a Colorado State University expert is closely monitoring the outbreaks and offering disease prevention tips to poultry producers, including backyard chicken farmers.