Powerhouse Energy Campus officials received a $67,903 rebate check from Fort Collins Utilities for energy-efficient design.
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Jane Slusarki-Harris, director of dance at Colorado State University, was one of five people recently honored for their contributions to dance in Colorado.
There’s an old football term known as a dual-threat quarterback, referring to the once-rare phenomenon of a quarterback who not only threw the football well but could create positive plays with his legs. In the art world, Monique Crine is just that.
The Classical Convergence Series at Colorado State University continues with a concert collaboration featuring The Lysander Piano Trio – composed of Itamar Zorman, violin; Liza Stepanova, piano; and Michael Katz, cello – with special guest Mischa Bouvier, baritone.
Patti Davies, professor and associate dean for research for the College of Health and Human Sciences, Cathy Schelly, director of the Center for Community Partnerships, and Craig Spooner, ACCESS project coordinator, all in the Department of Occupational Therapy, have published a new book chapter in the highly-respected Universal Design in Higher Education. 2nd edition.
The Colorado State Forest Service is now accepting orders on a first-come, first-serve basis for low-cost seedling trees, shrubs and perennials grown at its Fort Collins nursery.
A set of oral histories about the floods of September 2013 have been made available online through a collaboration between the Water Resources Archive and Colorado State University’s Public Lands History Center.
The CSU Alumni Association announced its Distinguished Alumni Award recipients Oct. 15 at a ceremony in the Lory Student Center’s Grand Ballroom, where more than 300 people attended the annual dinner that celebrates Colorado State University’s best and brightest.
The Fall 2015 Institutional Profile, a yearly collection of information about CSU, has been published by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness and is now available on its University Fact Publications web page.
Colorado State University will join Georgia Tech’s Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Consortium through a $5 million grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, in an effort to drive systemic reform of STEM education.