CSU’s construction management students had another good showing at a regional competition held this month in Nevada.
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A Colorado State University faculty member’s new book shows that views on immigration don’t always break neatly along political lines: He uses progressive positions to argue for reducing immigration into the United States.
A Colorado State University program that teaches elementary school kids how to cook – and eat healthier in the process – has received glowing marks from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Story by Chance Johnson CSU’s Campus Corps youth mentoring program has received nearly $600,000 in funding from the William T. Grant Foundation to study the effectiveness of its distinctive approach to improving the lives of at-risk youth. Shelley Haddock, associate …
Two members of Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences community have received prestigious honors from the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.
A group of CSU researchers has provided a new explanation of how leprosy could be transmitted.
Colorado State University has launched a new website with resources and tips on how to lead a healthy lifestyle — and stay true to those new year’s resolutions. The site, called “Live Eat Play,” includes information on exercise and various …
Faculty and graduate students in the Brainwaves Research Lab in the College of Health and Human Sciences are seeking school-aged volunteers to participate in a research study that examines how children respond to auditory sensory information.
When Candace Mathiason was growing up on an Angus ranch near Torrington, Wyo., she developed a love for animals, and even tried to help with brucellosis testing at a local veterinarian’s office where her mom worked.
For the past three years, CSU professors Karyn Hamilton and Ben Miller have spent a significant amount of time in Alaska studying competitive sled dogs known as Alaskan Huskies, in search of clues about how to slow the aging process.