Harold Harper, a livestock visionary, was recently honored by CSU’s Department of Animal Sciences as the 2014 Livestock Leader for his exceptional contributions to the sheep and lamb industry.
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Recent studies have shown a significant decline in the number of agriculture teachers in K-12 schools across the nation. With its new CoBank Center for Agricultural Education set to break ground soon, CSU will be uniquely-positioned to help fill this void and ensure that agricultural education remains a core component of K-12 education, not just here in Colorado but across the United States.
The family and friends of Professor Kenneth Brink, who served as Head of the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture from 1968-1995, have created a scholarship intended to support horticulture graduate students in the department.
CSU posted a record total enrollment for the seventh consecutive year, bolstered by a surge in graduate, non-resident and international students. Along with record enrollment, the university is celebrating 10 consecutive years of increasing racially and ethnically diverse enrollment, demonstrating the university’s commitment to access and diversity.
A lot has changed since 1959, but until recently, that list did not include much about the Animal Sciences Building on the Colorado State University campus. Now the historic structure on the Monfort Quad has undergone a complete attic-to-basement renovation that has added state-of-the-art laboratories, smart classrooms, and a celebration of the building’s history through art and memorabilia.
Thousands of Colorado State University students, alumni and friends are expected at Ag Day 2014, the 33rd annual football-day feast of Colorado-grown food.
CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences will host an event to unveil the newly-renovated Animal Sciences Building on Wednesday, September 17 from 4:00-6:00 pm on the Monfort Quad.
Adam Daurio has been named the director of Administration for the Temple Grandin Equine Center Program.
CSU once again has been recognized as a top-tier university, moving up two spots in the U.S. News and World Report annual “America’s Best Colleges” ranking of public universities in 2015.
The soils in the Arctic have banked more carbon over thousands of years than the carbon contained in all of the world’s vegetation and the earth’s atmosphere combined.