CSU well represented among 2015 class of women who make Northern Colorado a better place.
One of Colorado State University’s most valuable and precious assets — its enormous textile and historic clothing collection of about 20,000 items — is getting settled into a new and improved home.
The behavioral health field needs more practitioners who are equipped to meet the needs of individuals dealing with mental illness and substance abuse, and Colorado State University’s new graduate certificate program will offer training to help fill this need.
The Emotional Attachment Lab at Colorado State University is looking for participants for its research project "Love Now, Success Later."
Colorado State University is one of only six schools in the country that has just been charged by the National Science Foundation with retooling the way engineering and computer science are taught.
CSU cleaned up in recent competitions, earning awards for demonstrated excellence for a number of public relations- and fundraising-related projects.
As political unrest continues in the war-torn East African country of Burundi, a Colorado State University professor is planning to travel there this summer to continue his work in educating a new generation of leaders in peace-building and sustainable development.
The Graduate Student Council created this award to recognize exceptional faculty who dedicate their time and energy to CSU graduate students.
Gay Israel, professor and former head of CSU's Department of Health and Exercise Science, is one of only six people nationally to receive a 2015 Citation Award from the American College of Sports Medicine.
CM Cares, the Colorado State University construction management program's community service learning initiative, helped two more families in need this spring by making accessibility improvements to their homes.