Online classes make a pre-health degree possible for career-changing mother of two.
The Women & Gender Collaborative continues its Collaborative Conversations series this spring with a new schedule of panelist presentations.
When Chelsee Bruggeling moved away from her hometown of Brush, Colorado to go to college, she never guessed she’d one day come back to make a difference in her home community.
In recognition of her ability to inspire students to achieve excellence, Blythe Lagasse of Colorado State University's School of Music, Theatre, and Dance was recently honored with a CSU Online Innovative Educator Award.
CSU’s online programs are increasingly providing access to education that many students wouldn’t otherwise have.
Amanda Stone was determined to earn her master’s degree. Stone worked full time, gave birth to her first child, changed jobs twice, sold a home, and moved across state lines, all while earning her degree online in CSU's SAHE program.
The Colorado State University Online marketing and communications team received awards in two well-known industry competitions this fall.
Industrial/organizational psychology online master's program helped Kristin Durrance make the leap from entry level to senior management.