Take a look back at some of our patients’ stories that made us smile.
As Joyce McConnell spoke Thursday, Nov. 14, during her investiture ceremony and saw her 93-year-old mother, Bessie, and 90-year-old father, Harvey, sitting in the audience, she couldn’t help but think about her journey to become CSU’s 15th president.
Serving as a standard for researchers to follow, Dr. Tim Holt was named the recipient of the Tomhave Industry Achievement Award on Nov. 2 at the 2019 Angus Convention in Reno, Nevada.
Beth Williams exemplified how science should be accomplished, and now those lessons are being passed on to their students and their children, continuing to progress wildlife disease research around the globe.
The C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute at Colorado State University, built by the JE Dunn Construction Company, was named Best Building Project ($40- $70 Million – General Contractor) at the Associated General Contractors of Colorado Industry Gala and ACE Awards Nov. 1.
Dr. Raymond Loretto (M.S, ’76; D.V.M., ’86), a member of the Pueblo of Jemez, was one of the first Native Americans to earn a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at CSU. He carries that distinction proudly, and it has motivated him to inspire other Native youth to attend college.
Kaityln Wagner studied prions and laid the groundwork for international collaborations during an externship at Hokkaido University in Japan.
Presentations by nearly 300 graduate students at the 2019 GradShow included live performances, visual arts, and research posters.
As an undergraduate at CSU, Gilbert John (B.S., ’85; Ph.D., ’90) opted for a microbiology major, based on a course he had enjoyed. Immunology professor Dr. Robert Ellis became his mentor, engaging the young student in his research projects. The student eventually became a professor too, as John went on to his own remarkable career.