Award winners were announced Nov. 18 by the Graduate School and the Office of the Vice President for Research following three days of professional development events, a keynote, and a virtual networking session.
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In the week following Spring Break, as the CSU community worked to adjust to new norms driven by the coronavirus crisis, Theresa Barosh rose to the challenge of successfully defending a dissertation remotely.
Colleen Webb, a longtime professor, researcher, and mentor to students at CSU, has stepped into a new leadership role as the associate dean of the Graduate School.
The Western Association of Graduate Schools recently recognized two Colorado State University graduate students as exceptional researchers during the organization’s annual membership conference.
The GradShow awards recognize excellence in research, creativity and entrepreneurship in a variety of categories.
The campus community is invited to attend the poster presentations, live performances and visual arts presentations at the Graduate Student Showcase.
Colorado State University graduate students. Research, creative and entrepreneurship submissions are all encouraged; proposal deadline Sept. 21.
Deadline is Sept. 30 for Showcase, which features work in the visual/performing arts as well as research/scholarship/entrepreneurship.
Greg Florant will provide leadership on the award, which supports graduate students from underrepresented minority backgrounds pursuing graduate studies in STEM programs.