Inspiring, that’s what Custodial Services morning supervisors and leads are! As Facilities Management adapts to constant change, these mid-level managers are working to support employees in all facets of their daily work and assist each other in becoming a successful supervisory team.
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Halloween brings out the I-don’t-ever-really-want-to-grow-up in all of us. Make the rounds at Colorado State University next week to join in Halloween-inspired activities like the Rec Center’s Zombie Tag Game and the UCA’s Halloween Organ Extravaganza.
Faculty member and trombone virtuoso Chris Van Hof will perform Dutch composer Jason TV’s deeply emotional piece, “I was like, ‘Wow,'” that brings to life the stories of two wounded Iraq War veterans. The performance combines trombone, electronic sounds, and videography.
In a time of great uncertainty surrounding clean, available freshwater resources for a growing population and a fragile ecosystem, how do we achieve a sustainable path forward?
Out of Africa comes a new exhibit of African Art in the University Art Museum. The sculpture, jewelry, textiles, printmaking, and photography are authentic examples of art that fulfill specific purposes in African culture.
Join a Mystery of CSU History Tour and learn about some of the oldest buildings on campus. There are intriguing, fascinating stories behind each one of them!
CSU Professor Emeritus Charlie Calisher will draw from his 30-year distinguished career as a virologist when he speaks on October 14 as part of the free Author Series Program sponsored by Friends of the CSU Libraries.
Open access gives everyone the right to use scholarly articles to benefit innovation, discovery, and education in order to better our world.
New faculty member Garrett Ayers lends a bold new interpretation to the Tennessee Tennessee Williams classic that is said to reflect Williams’ own, unhappy family background.
Everyday Hero Laura Snowhite is known for willingly and cheerfully taking on added projects. She loves working for CSU. “I’ll work here as long as they let me stay,” she says.