A member of the CSU community has been named to an exclusive statewide group charged with making Colorado the nation’s best place to have a child and sustain a healthy, thriving family.
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It’s no coincidence, as the saying goes, that man’s best friend can’t talk. Yet it makes diagnosing their medical problems hugely challenging.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Brent Cowles will perform at Colorado State University’s Community Open House Aug. 5, kicking off a series of live music performances that will continue on campus throughout football season.
Nearly 30 Native American students from Denver, Fort Collins and New Mexico got a hands-on taste of college life and possible careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics during the Native American STEM Institute at CSU last week.
Loading LEGO bricks into a small cardboard box and writing out simple instructions for making mac and cheese were part of a groundbreaking camp at CSU that helped high school girls picture themselves in the construction management industry.
Before Dustin Fishman comes to Colorado State University in the fall, he will be one of the featured contestants on TV’s American Ninja Warrior, starting June 26.
To help celebrate a newly arrived collection of African beer vessels, Colorado State University students not only contributed to a museum exhibition but also designed the label for a special Maxline brew that will be served at a June 29 reception honoring the collection.
Calling all brewers: Colorado State University and the American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) are hosting a weeklong course this summer on a variety of topics for industry professionals.
For Green Beret medics, it’s not always about treating life-threatening wounds on a blood-stained battlefield.
Sarah Prendergast, a CSU doctoral student researching factors that promote children’s readiness for school, was one of only 15 people in the nation to receive a prestigious Doris Duke Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being this spring.