The campus community came together Thursday to stand against hate during CSUnite.
"Temple Grandin Unfiltered," a unique interactive experience guided by pre-submitted audience questions, will be held at 4:45 p.m on April 22 at the Lincoln Center, Canyon West Room in Fort Collins.
With support from the administration, a proposal from students has blossomed into CSUnite: No Place 4 H8 solidarity walk and rally in support of the Principles of Community.
CSU's Temple Grandin Equine Center in north Denver hosted an Open House on March 16 to provide a window for the community into the programs and activities that will continue growing as plans for the future National Western Center progress. More than 50 community members joined in celebrating the positive impact of equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) on individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities.
Arming Colorado’s beekeepers with new knowledge to support pollinator health is the goal of Arathi Seshadri, a Colorado State University professor in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences.
All members of the campus and Fort Collins community are encouraged to come together at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 29, to make a statement in support of CSU’s community principles and against acts of hate and intimidation that have taken place on campus this academic year.
Jack R. Fenwick, 42 year resident of Fort Collins and professor of Agricultural Science at Colorado State University, died peacefully in his home, surrounded by his family, on Sunday, March 4.
Not many people can say the school that influenced their passion purchased one of their masterpieces. Greg Howe, a landscape architecture student at Colorado State University was one of those lucky few.
A new study led by Pat Byrne, a professor in Colorado State University’s Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. Byrne, in collaboration with Gayle Volk of USDA-ARS and other researchers from Cornell University, Iowa State University, the University of Wisconsin and USDA-ARS, found that the NPGS materials house vital genetic information that offers novel opportunities for plant breeding.
We believe it is important for all of us to understand that we have an opportunity as a university to condemn these acts of hate as they occur, and that those who are directly targeted by such acts know that they do not stand alone.