Research administrators play a vital role in the success of the CSU research enterprise.
Throughout the State Your Purpose campaign, which set out to raise $1 billion by 2020 when CSU celebrates its 150th year, donors have given to causes important to them as well as to the university.
Colorado State University students will have the opportunity to win free in-state tuition for 2019 through a new ethics challenge competition funded by OtterBox.
CSU President Tony Frank will transition to full-time Chancellor of the CSU System July 1, 2019.
The CSU Alumni Association will honor the best of the best Oct. 11 at the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner.
Dr. Tony Frank announces he will be concluding his tenure as president and transitioning full-time to the role of CSU System Chancellor effective July 1, 2019, stating that the greatest privilege of his life, after being a husband and father, has been his decade of service as president of Colorado State University.
Ambassador Ryan Crocker will explore America’s ever-changing relationship with the Middle East on Oct. 9 at 4 p.m. in the North Ballroom of the Lory Student Center.
The annual Diversity Symposium has grown to an entire week devoted to exploring issues surrounding diversity and inclusion on the Colorado State University campus, Oct. 1-5.
Denver Startup Week will bring together more than 20,000 attendees in 2018 — aspiring entrepreneurs, successful startup owners, and business and civic leaders — for educational sessions, social connections, and motivational events. As one of five title sponsors, Colorado State University will be heavily involved in this year's program, hosting more than 10 sessions at the CSU Denver Center.
The High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Health and Safety, which works with the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries, hosted a research day to share information on emerging issues, immunology, engineering, economics, and anthropology.