Volunteers still needed for Aug. 24 event.
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, director of CSU'S Center for the New Energy Economy, will join a public forum Aug. 24 on America’s energy future and how it relates to the City of Fort Collins' Climate Action Plan.
Innovation, economic impact earns designation by Association of Public and Land Grant Universities.
The EV challenge opens July 20. Finalists in the competition are scheduled to present at CSU's 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, Sept. 28-29.
Colorado State University and the Fort Collins Lincoln Center are hosting a performance by world-class violinist Paul Huang on March 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Center for the Arts Organ Recital Hall.
Students and employees have an opportunity to influence the character of neighborhoods surrounding the university. The City of Fort Collins has three neighborhood-related plans that create a vision for neighborhoods and corridors many CSU students and employees live in year after year. ASCSU is encouraging students to take this opportunity to provide feedback regarding their vision for these neighborhoods including transportation, aesthetics, natural areas, businesses and future development. Survey results will help shape these neighborhoods for future students and employees. Provide feedback on these planning efforts by completing the survey, completing the interactive WikiMap where you can place your ideas onto a crowdsourced map, or both by May 22. West of campus (Elizabeth Enhanced Transportation Corridor Plan)