CSU faculty ran two concurrent summer camps for middle and high school girls, aimed at getting young women interested in computer science.
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An interdisciplinary group of CSU researchers are working on the enactment of a national smoke warning system.
Ph.D. student Zak Burkley was chosen for a coveted place at the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany.
Psychology assistant professor Dan Graham studies how people use nutrition information to inform their food choices.
The assistant professor in computer science has received an NSF CAREER award to help make big data more usable for science.
Krummel is one of 49 early-career scientists across the country to receive this distinction in 2016.
The College of Natural Sciences hosted a ceremonial beam-topping for the new Biology Building, to open in fall 2017.
A poster describing Luis Gomez Wulschner’s project was awarded College Honors at Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity this spring.