GradShow adds keynote speaker thanks to 150th anniversary grant from Provost's office.
Stephen Lunt’s (B.S., ’18) journey to Colorado State University wasn’t easy. After recovering from a near-fatal injury he received during combat in Afghanistan, Lunt decided to attend CSU after being introduced to the university through the GI Bill. Through this support, and generous support from Dave and Gail Liniger and the Adult Learner and Veteran Services, Lunt’s is applying his military and educational experience toward a future he’s exceptionally grateful for.
Some of the oldest surviving film footage of Colorado State University has resurfaced in time to be included in the upcoming documentary about CSU’s first 150 years.
A lot has changed in 150 years for the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering, but the land-grant mission of teaching, research and outreach – as well as monitoring the weather – remains the same.
Take a look back at the life of Maurice Albertson and his impact on CSU and U.S. volunteerism.
Take a look back at the naming ceremony for Walter Scott, Jr., the philanthropist and alumnus who gave the largest gift in CSU history.
Shea Robinson's multi-year scholarship support through the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at CSU eased his financial burden and gave him access to opportunities that helped him further his education and set course in his career path.
For the 2019 homecoming parade, the Department of Construction Management won its 14th consecutive award.