The campus community has a unique opportunity to learn about what really happened at last week’s United Nations Climate Summit, when two CSU professors who were there take part in a free discussion Monday evening.
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Interdisciplinary discussions will feature experts from CSU and the public and private sectors, joining faculty in an exchange of ideas on the linkage between society, economics and the environment in global environmental sustainability.
Fargreen, a startup founded as part of the College of Business’s Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program, took home €200,000 (more than $250,000 USD) in the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge 2014 on Sept. 11.
Startups, innovation lead to long-term job growth in Colorado, according to new CSU report.
Liz Neeley, assistant director of science outreach at COMPASS, a science-based communications firm based in Seattle, will present “A Theory of Change: The Latest in Science Communication Research and Practice,” Wednesday, Sept. 17, 5:30-6:30 p.m., in the Lory Student Center …
A partnership with TEDMED through Colorado State University’s Morgan Library allows CSU faculty, staff and students to access the talks to be presented in San Francisco and Washington, D.C., online, at no charge.
This semester, you can make your RamCard work even harder by turning it into a free public library card. Through a collaboration between CSU Libraries and Poudre River Public Library District, Colorado State University students, faculty and staff can now …
CSU faculty and staff can take advantage of several upcoming training opportunities offered through Training and Organizational Development. Available classes The Art of Powerful Questions How to Survive and Thrive in Change Navigating Conflicts between Co-Workers Stepping Up to Supervision …
The Student Sustainable Farm market offers a variety of vegetables from the student-run organic garden located on the south side of campus.