Three finalists to serve as the first Assistant Vice President for Indigenous and Native American Affairs at Colorado State University will participate in forums open starting Sept. 30.
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A charter bus tour to CSU Spur campus for CSU faculty and staff actively considering a program proposal for FY24 will leave CSU’s Oval on Main Campus at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022, and return approximately 4:30 p.m. that day.
Snowpack is a victim of increasing western wildfires, causing some regions to have less peak snow accumulation and reducing the number of days snow is on the ground, according to new Colorado State University research.
The Colorado State Forest Service Nursery is due for major upgrades in the next two years thanks to $5 million allocated by the Colorado Legislature, boosting the state’s ability to reforest burned areas and stabilize its watersheds. Gov. Jared Polis toured the facility Aug. 31 to see firsthand where investments are needed most.
A recent study conducted at CSU examined the impacts of accounting for nitrous oxide emission pulses triggered by melting of snow and thawing of surface soil layers during spring in the United States.
CSU is investing in its relationships with Tribal Nations, Indigenous communities and their members through a new leadership position that will establish and oversee CSU initiatives, research and programs that relate to and impact Indigenous and Native peoples and Nations.
In the wake of recent national events involving violence and loss of life, the Division of Human Resources at Colorado State University is sharing resources available to employees to help them talk to children about violent events.
A search committee has selected three finalists for the role of Colorado State University’s Vice President for the Division of University Operations and Chief Financial Officer.
President Joyce McConnell ceremoniously launched Courageous Strategic Transformation at Colorado State University on March 1 inside the Lory Student Center Theatre. Video of the event is now available for those who could not attend or would like to reference information shared that day.
Seidel, who came to CSU in 1971 and remained an active and contributing member of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences until his passing in September 2021, will be awarded the 2022 Founders Day Medal.