Colorado State University’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability has awarded seven projects for 2022 Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants, created in partnership with the President’s Sustainability Commission. The grants fund projects that improve students’ exposure to interdisciplinary sustainability content in CSU’s curriculum.
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Donations of new, unopened, unwrapped toys, art games, books, stuffed animals and sporting equipment will be accepted at nine area businesses through 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 20 as part of CSU’s fifth annual Toys for Tots Drive.
When the credits roll after the Oct. 22 CBS4 documentary “Scarred: Lessons from the Cameron Peak Fire,” they list Colorado State University graduate Dillon Thomas as host, reporter, photographer and editor.
Colorado State University again has been named the top overall performer among doctoral institutions in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s 2021 Sustainable Campus Index. It is CSU’s second consecutive year earning the highest ranking and fourth time in seven years.
Colorado State University doctoral students Bri Sérráno and Eileen Galvez are physically separated by about 2,900 miles — a 43-hour, coast-to-coast drive — between California State University-Dominguez Hills and Yale College.
But the CSU Higher Education Leadership students are both among 18 people named as 2022 fellows of the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education.
Colorado State University was one of 27 North American higher education institutions to earn a 99 – a perfect score – on the Princeton Review 2022 Green College Honor Roll. CSU is the only school from Colorado on the list, which includes 23 American universities and four Canadian colleges. It is CSU’s eighth straight time earning the honor.
Autumn is a time for falling leaves and cooling temperatures, not for non-natural watering of lawns and gardens to stay green, according to those promoting a City of Fort Collins climate action challenge.
The first phase of the “Shift Your Water” campaign in partnership with the CSU President’s Sustainability Commission seeks for residents to stop using water for irrigation purposes by Oct. 1.
Recently, the Arbor Day Foundation again named CSU as a Tree Campus Higher Education Institution. The 2020 honor marks the University’s 10th consecutive year with that designation.