Colorado State University brought home awards and national recognition from the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) this summer.
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Tune into any sports channel, and it doesn’t take long before someone is discussing the issue of domestic violence. Attention to recent incidents by sports stars has brought the term to the forefront, but domestic violence reaches far beyond the rich and famous.
A couple of LEAP (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Arts Advocacy and the Public) classes have teamed up at Colorado State University to bring a “Nerdy Derby” to Northern Colorado.
Faculty and instructors (both tenure-track and non-tenure track) are invited to attend one of two one-hour open forums for input on the University Course Evaluation Redesign effort.
Dining with Diabetes returns in October with four weekly classes in the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center that combine nutrition information and social support with meal planning and hands-on cooking.
In August 2015, Colorado State University social work students and faculty traveled to Maharashtra, a state in central India, where they were profoundly impacted by the people and sites they visited over the three week trip.
Dani Cole defeated the odds after brain surgery and a prognosis of a 50 percent chance of survival.
The Colorado State University Orchestra will be joined by an internationally acclaimed pianist in its first concert of the semester.
The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources will accept the first students into a new undergraduate major, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, in the spring of 2016.
Evgeniya Pystovskaya of Russia and Hala Amro of Jordan have been awarded a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program grant to serve as teaching assistants in Russian and Arabic respectively and take courses at Colorado State University for academic year 2015-16.