Kelsey Martinez joins an impressive list of CSU alumnae breaking down barriers.
Becoming a healer of animals can be hard work and dealing with different maladies and injuries can take a toll, but for Mary Carlson, the journey of becoming a veterinarian was worth the long hours.
Once a building contractor, Dr. Jon Geller started veterinary school at the age of 41. Now an emergency veterinarian who is board-certified in canine and feline practice, he has started several emergency clinics in Northern Colorado.
Sandeep Pothuri began his master’s in construction management at CSU in the fall of 2004, but his career has lead him to international success in the industry.
Smart Fit Girls will be hosting an event and fundraiser in September to further promote women's and girls’ empowerment.
Christine Susemihl has done pretty much everything during her 45 years in the department of athletics. Not bad for someone who had no interest in sports before coming to CSU.
After excelling in her role as interim co-director, Heather Daniels has been named the director of admissions at CSU.
John Hirn ('93) is listed on Colorado State University’s official athletics site – CSURams.com – as a volunteer historian.