Cheryl Strayed, author of the New York Times bestseller “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail,” will be giving a free public talk on April 2 in the Hilton Fort Collins Ballroom.
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Four dean finalists have been named for CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences, and the candidates will be visiting campus in the coming weeks.
Colorado State University astronaut alumnus Kjell Lindgren fielded questions this week about his upcoming mission to the International Space Station, shedding light on everything from his favorite foods to the research he’s looking forward to conducting.
A new wildlife preserve in India recently became a laboratory for Colorado State University researchers who studied not endangered animals but villagers displaced by the preserve.
To benefit the University Art Museum Expansion Campaign and celebrate the groundbreaking of phase one, the University Art Museum will host its fifth annual fundraising party, VISUALIZE, on Friday, March 27. The festivities will be held at the University Center …
A groundbreaking analysis from Colorado State University shows that radiation levels in food grown near the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant dropped quickly and likely posed minor health risks after the plant’s meltdown and release of radioactive materials four years ago this week.
Beth Walker, chair of the marketing department at Arizona State University and an accomplished scholar and leader, has been named dean of the Colorado State University College of Business.
Some people head to the beach during time off. But Dr. Greta Krafsur, a Colorado State University veterinary grad, travels more than 2,500 miles north, to Canada’s Yukon Territory.
Colorado State University and Fukushima University are together hiring a world-renowned radioecology expert to help study the environmental effects of radioactive releases after a nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in spring 2011.
A Colorado State University anthropology professor served on a national task force that recently concluded in a sweeping report that addressing climate change requires more than the hard sciences — it requires altering the social institutions and cultural habits that cause it in the first place.