For the first time in its history, Ag Day will be celebrated on the CSU campus, within walking distance of the new on-campus stadium.
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In the last decade, Colorado State University has experienced extraordinary, double-digit gains in diversity, transfer students, and overall enrollment.
Green is gold — at least at Colorado State University — and it’s not just the new buildings that are reshaping campus.
Native American high school students will gather at CSU to research Indigenous issues and prepare for the college application process during the annual Native Education Forum, July 31- Aug. 5.
CSU scientists will be studying a corn disease with limited treatment or prevention methods through a grant from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research.
Job seekers who stay in their search longer sometimes turn to destructive behavior due to envy, according to a Colorado State University study.
A coordinated effort to understand plant microbiomes could boost plant health and agricultural productivity, according to a new Perspective published in the open access journal PLOS Biology.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has named Raj Khosla to the executive committee of Science Breakthroughs 2030, an initiative that will identify the most compelling scientific opportunities in food and agriculture in the next decade and beyond.
For the 25th year, African-American high school seniors from around the nation will research issues important to the African-American community during CSU’s Black Issues Forum.
Adams State University and CSU are launching a new degree program in agriculture. The partnership allows Adams State to offer San Luis Valley-area students the opportunity to study agriculture without leaving their home community by offering agriculture-related courses from CSU.