The CSU Alumni Association is helping its members celebrate Homecoming at home.
Emerging research is showing that the climate crisis will make storms move more slowly and higher temperatures will allow them to carry more water (National Geographic).
Political science alumna Bridget Murphy (B.A., '20) interned with the Department of Homeland Security through the CSU in D.C. program operated through the Straayer Center for Public Service Leadership.
“It’s really interesting to see how my background in pattern making and 3D body scanning can be utilized in many different ways. This upcoming project feels like the best possible way I could use my skills to help with worker safety and health.” -Kayna Hobbs, Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Ph.D. student
"Understanding the mechanics of the trabecular architecture of dinosaurs may help us better understand the design of other lightweight and dense structures," said CSU alumnus Trevor Aguirre (CNN).
Since (CSU alumna) Dr. Talia Agone’s arrival, she’s handled a variety of high-level medical procedures including: eye operations with three animals requiring eye removal, 89 dental cleanings with extractions, one animal requiring a feeding tube, three amputations, eight mass removals, five hernia repairs and eight wound repairs.
Dr. William “Bill” Allmond Wolff, 90, (DVM '54) of Columbia, Mo., passed away Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, at Solstice Senior Living at Columbia.
“It’s crazy, in a good way. We’re probably seeing 25 percent more new pets than what we would normally. It feels busier, and we’re seeing increased revenue.” -Dr. Margot Vahrenwald, CSU DVM alumna and co-owner of Hill Veterinary Medical Center in Denver.