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In December, Fred Haberecht will retire from CSU after two decades of dedicated and impactful service to the University and surrounding community.
Natasha Bowens Blair, author of this year’s Rams Read book The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience and Farming will be at Colorado State University to share her experiences about meeting people with incredible stories centered around food justice on Oct. 15.
CSU understands the challenge that many employees face in locating affordable housing and has pledged to improve housing circumstances of employees by establishing an employee-housing program.
To celebrate the return of fans to Canvas Stadium, the CSU Athletics Department and Canvas Credit Union are offering every CSU employee two free tickets and one parking pass to the Sept. 3 home opening game against South Dakota State.
For more than a year, the Colorado State University Facilities Management team has worked diligently with faculty members with expertise in energy and environmental health, public health experts and members of the University’s COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness Team to heighten the indoor air quality in buildings on all campuses.
Parking and Transportation Services is offering events and trainings to allow employees to reengage with the CSU campus over the summer.