The campus community came together Thursday to stand against hate during CSUnite.
The CSU Employee Appreciation Board recognized the School of Education (SOE) with a continental breakfast during its monthly staff meeting on Feb. 28.
Ann Masten will give the inaugural MacPhee Forum lecture on “Resilience in Development: Translating Science into Action” at 4 p.m. on April 19, in room 131 of the Behavioral Sciences Building.
Staff members of the Aspen Grille have planned a special menu to honor Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American History Month on Thursday, April 5, and Friday, April 6.
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.
Join us Thursday, April 12, for a lecture by Mary Littrell, former head of the CSU Department of Design and Merchandising, who will present about her travel to Afghanistan and her new book.
Celebrating three alumnae from the same Rams family who, in very different ways, put meaning into the word 'community.'
The College of Health and Human Sciences Career Services is hosting Establish Your Experience, a panel and networking event for first- and second-year CHHS students.
The Department of Occupational Therapy will host a two and one-half day training to provide an intensive review of the principles and practice of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia for occupational therapists (CBTI for OT) on June 22-24.
After earning three degrees from CSU's Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Karen Morris-Fine led a successful career as a toxicologist for major companies like Coca-Cola and The Boeing Company. Now in retirement, Morris-Fine is leading by example to support research at CSU.