Author of "Overwhelmed" part of An Evening with an Author series at Hilton Fort Collins.
Colorado State University is more green than gold April 20-25 as it celebrates Earth Week with a variety of events aimed at creating awareness and fostering sustainable practices community-wide.
The Department of Communication Studies at Colorado State University is hosting a free screening of "Tricked," a Colorado-based sex trafficking documentary, on Monday, April 6, at 5:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theater.
Once again, renowned CSU Professor of Animal Sciences and autism advocate Temple Grandin is taking to social media to engage with people interested in her work – and on the same day that she will deliver the next President’s Community Lecture Series talk on April 13.
Together with the Fort Collins Lincoln Center, the Colorado State University School of Music, Theatre & Dance presents the innovative chamber group Classical Jam, the seventh installment in the new Classical Convergence Concert Series, on Saturday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m.
International Initiatives is hosting faculty meetups April 8 and April 16 to discuss globalized curriculum.
The CSU Water Center and Warner College of Natural Resources’ Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology will be hosting a book signing and presentation by Professor Fausch on Wednesday, April 1.
David Hung-Chang Du will present two lectures on March 23, as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series.
The author of the popular Maisie Dobbs series of mysteries will talk about her work on March 25 at the Hilton Fort Collins.