This month, KRNC celebrates Emily Anthony as their April student spotlight!
As biologists, we believe that more explicitly acknowledging the complexity of the natural world will provide a more robust understanding of emerging infectious diseases, writes Dick Bowen.
Jack Curfman, a legendary teacher and art director who was so respected that one of Colorado State University’s most prominent art galleries bears his name, has died at his home in Fort Collins. He was 95.
Graduates of Colorado State University’s Master of Social Work program receive first-hand knowledge of how social work research informs professional practice. Upcoming Spring 2020 MSW graduates present their capstone research project studies.
Since we anticipate completing the semester of instruction for all our students, tuition and fee refunds are currently not being offered.
One cannot picture the university’s iconic Oval without its cherished, giant elm trees. Many of the trees date from the 1880s and 1920s and their size and beauty make the Oval a popular icon of the university, likely the most photographed location on campus, as well as a site for graduation celebrations, weddings and festivals.
Prudence “Prue” Kaley was always passionate about caring for others. As a part of her estate, she left a gift to Human Development and Family Studies to create an endowment for the Prue Kaley Scholarship so that it will live on in perpetuity.
CSU Civil Engineering alumnus and volunteer Steve Vanderleest is now in Grand Junction from Cajabamba, Peru, after the first- ever total evacuation by the Peace Corps of all its volunteers around the world (Grand Junction Sentinel).
Extension has partnered with local aging organizations to create Senior Access Points of Larimer County, a comprehensive website that offers seniors a community of opportunity, research, and service.