Kristina Quynn radiates positivity, especially when discussing CSU Writes, a program that facilitates scholarly writing productivity for faculty and graduate students.
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Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter and prominent CSU faculty will discuss the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement on Oct. 4.
Sustainability is playing an ever-increasing role in the field of textile design and merchandising, and one Colorado State University alumna is making a career out of it.
The Warner College of Natural Resources teaches a class called “Wildlife Data Collection and Analysis” that actually allows students to put collars on CSU squirrels to collect data.
While college students may not be the first group one thinks of when it comes to people going hungry, 10 percent to 15 percent of CSU students are food insecure, meaning they have limited or no access to nutritious foods.
If Megan Shaw looks like she has a little jig in her step this spring, it’s because she does.
Friday is the last day to register for one of the University’s signature community service events in the spring, CSUnity.
After serving in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies for 12 years, Anne Van Arsdall is looking forward to her new adventure as director of summer session initiatives for CSU.