The aim of the session is to highlight the work of CSU researchers.
CSU scientists in four colleges are members of a national academic partnership to advance innovative approaches that promote human health in homes.
When the founding executive director of the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University looks back on how the organization was created 25 years ago, two things come to mind: a former dean and Zima.
Lise Youngblade, head of Colorado State University’s Department of Human Development and Family Studies, has been named dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences.
A CSU graduate has conducted a comparison study of two primary tools that are used to measure the efficiency of buildings.
The Downtown Development Authority and the Urban Lab are hosting an event on Friday, Dec. 7, to provide senior landscape architecture students at CSU with the opportunity to showcase their ideas and designs for Fort Collins' various "microspaces" in Old Town — areas like alleys, traffic islands and street medians that are underutilized and neglected.
In July, a group of 17 kids between the ages of 11 and 15 participated in a new, free summer program offered by Colorado State University’s Institute for the Built Environment to work with youth on improving shared community outdoor areas.
SoGES announced the selection of four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Resident Faculty Fellows.
Gabe Wing will discuss how business, universities, and communities must innovate together to create environmental, social, and economic benefit.
Legacies, much like the ancient city of Rome, are not built in one day. The status of greatness is earned through will, passion and countless acts of selfless contributions toward something bigger than his or her self. This is Director of the Colorado State University Institute for the Built Environment and Professor Brian Dunbar’s story.