The efforts align with the first phase of the CSU Research and Scholarship Success Initiative.
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Fourteen participants in the 3 Minute Challenge were selected to become VPR fellows, and will receive $4,000 in scholarship and travel support.
President of Components for Cummins Inc., Tracy Embree, will visit campus March 8 to speak about “Leading a Values-Driven Company in a Global, Modern World.”
The system has more than 10,000 processing units, and an aggregate computing capacity 20 times greater than CSU’s current Information Science and Technology Center Cray HPC system.
The Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office of the Vice President for University Operations Facilities Management are accepting applications for facilities improvement funds.
The Nov. 30 meeting is an opportunity to ask questions and hear about research initiatives at CSU.
The Office of the Vice President for Research and technology enthusiasts dedicated three days of events to exploring virtual reality and augmented reality.
Experts in education, health, defense, computing and energy industries will discuss how they are using virtual reality technology during Colorado State University’s first Virtual Reality Symposium, Oct. 21.
The Office of the Vice President for Research has announced funding for Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence for 2016, with the goal of enhancing research, teaching and service impacts.
The Office of the Vice President for Research is launching a Virtual Reality Initiative, with the goal of expanding the breadth and depth of this emerging technical field.