The Morgan Library will host an event in Burns’ honor on Sept. 11 in the third floor Collaboratory from 3 to 5 p.m.
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Good data management makes your life easier; free workshops make good data management even easier.
His debut book is “This Land: How cowboys, capitalism and corruption are ruining the American West.”
‘Truth Worth Telling’ expands on the CBS correspondent’s experience as a first responder at major events of modern times that have shaped the world today.
Pat Burns, dean of libraries and vice president of information technology, is retiring from CSU after 41 years.
New book explores the influences and possibilities of genetic engineering in relation to some of the building blocks of the human condition: sex, war, love, and death.
‘River of Lost Souls’ explores the consequences of the 2015 Gold King Mine disaster in southwestern Colorado, when pressurized, sediment-filled wastewater was released into the Las Animas River.
Best-selling author of ‘On Gold Mountain’ will speak Sunday afternoon at the Hilton Fort Collins.
The Morgan Library is hosting the sessions that cover different aspects of sustainability; this semester, the topics are outdoor recreation and solar energy.
High schoolers competed and collaborated to solve an engineering problem at Morgan Library.