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Carole Makela, a professor in Colorado State University’s School of Education, received the 2015 Soroptimist International of Fort Collins Making a Difference for Women Award.
Graduate String Quartet joins CSU Concert Orchestra in performance of music by British composers
Dr. Michael Brauer will be on campus Thursday, Feb. 26, at 4 p.m. in Clark A203, to speak on the global burden of disease from air pollution.
Four students and Assistant Professor Shannon Hughes of CSU’s School of Social Work recently visited rural villages in central India in collaboration with Westminster College in Utah.
In order to equip educators with the tools to effectively teach in the STEM disciplines, the Robert Noyce Scholarships are available to Colorado State University students who are majoring in a STEM field, and would like to pursue a teaching career.
A research study at Colorado State University seeks girls ages 12-17 who have a family member with type 2 diabetes.
For the second consecutive year a team from the College of Business won the Ptak Student Supply Chain Case Competition.
This Valentine’s Day, CSU is offering an alternative to the usual rituals of dinner, cards and gifts. It’s an opportunity to shake up the routine and learn about a new framework for understanding love and conflict.
Vitamin D is often called the sunshine vitamin and the key to healthy bones. While these are true attributes, they only tell part of the story. In fact, most people do not get enough vitamin D from the sun, and the consequences go way beyond your bones.