The CSU football team is not the only one unveiling “new threads” this fall.
Two beers brewed by a Colorado State University senior in the Fermentation Science and Technology Program have won medals in the U.S. Beer Open Championship’s first-ever collegiate competition.
Surrounded by steel beams and freshly poured concrete, Doug Johnson (’95), vice president for Adolfson & Peterson Construction, described the construction process for one of Colorado State University’s prominent building projects, the new CSU Health and Medical Center.
A CSU faculty member has received an infusion of funding to support his peace-building work in the war-torn East African country of Burundi.
Imagine if, just two weeks into a college course, faculty could identify the students most likely to struggle academically, and in what areas.
CSU's Fermentation Science and Technology Program and Whole Foods Market are teaming up with local Fort Collins breweries to create a first-of-its-kind cross-educational and collaborative initiative: BREWniversity, the first event in The Front Range Ferment event series, being held Sept. 10 at participating breweries in Fort Collins.
While the possibilities that lie ahead with new classrooms, new teachers and new friends are exciting, the transition from summer to school can be challenging for many children.
Miss Colorado visited her alma mater on Wednesday to do some volunteer work and connect with friends, old and new.