Nothing can hold students back when they find their passion at CSU.
A rare WWII-era airplane propeller once used in CSU wind research is now on display in a Colorado Springs aviation museum.
The School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University announced awards for its Global Challenges Research Teams and four Resident Faculty Fellows.
One strategy for saving water in drought-stricken areas of the U.S. is using graywater from sinks and showers for purposes other than drinking.
In April 2014, engineering alumnus Jason Hevelone opened CopperMuse Distillery, a tasting room and distillery in Old Town Fort Collins.
A former avid athlete who became paralyzed in 2009, Matt Thomas fought through injury and rehabilitation, and earned his master's in civil engineering in 2015 through CSU Online.
Sybil Sharvelle served on a 12-member national committee charged with addressing the benefits and challenges of stormwater and graywater as supplemental water sources.
There’s no evidence of water-based contaminants seeping into drinking water wells atop a vast oil and gas field in northeastern Colorado, according to Colorado State University scientists working to protect and inform citizens about the safety of their water.
"When the preparation of the next generation of STEM teachers is discussed in education circles, few think of engineering as a pathway to entering the teaching profession," said Michael De Miranda, professor in Colorado State University’s School of Education and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.