Colorado State University graduate students are involved in a new project to create healthier environments in K-12 schools, and they’re starting with a pilot project in Colorado schools designed to give students more physical activity in class.
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It’s difficult enough for students to come to CSU from an Arabic-speaking country, having to get used to a new language and culture.
Two members of the Colorado School of Public Health at CSU will receive awards from the school at its annual awards brunch on May 25.
The political science professor drove his last vanload of CSU political science majors to the Capitol in Denver on April 27, and received accolades for his decades of service.
A proposal to change non-tenure-track faculty appointments at CSU to create career paths took center stage during a panel discussion featuring leaders of the national academic labor movement.
The undergraduate students from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at CSU who are helping set up new brewing facilities on campus seem to appreciate that it’s a rare opportunity.
A long-awaited teaching brewery at Colorado State University is slated to open in the fall thanks to generous donations of equipment and services from Molson Coors Brewing Company and a host of other donors.
Manfred Diehl, an expert on the psychology of aging, has been named a University Distinguished Professor, one of Colorado State University’s highest faculty honors.
CSU graduate students interested in the intersection of produce safety and farming have a new opportunity for a paid fellowship program, starting in the fall of 2017.