College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science graduate headed to med school.
Love of animals drives student from Kenya to graduate magna cum laude from College of Agricultural Sciences.
Vice Provost for International Affairs Jim Cooney is retiring from his position at the helm of the Office of International Programs after 12 years.
Individual travelers are students traveling internationally for academic reasons such as research, fieldwork or conference attendance, and make up 17 percent of CSU’s students traveling abroad.
For the fourth year in a row, Colorado State University ranks in the top 10 on the Peace Corps’ annual list of Top Volunteer-Producing College and Universities.
Gina McCarthy served in the Obama administration and helped develop the Climate Action Plan, signed the Clean Power Plan, and spurred international efforts to secure the Paris Climate Agreement.
For the 64th year, the Office of International Programs will host the annual World Unity Fair on campus this Saturday, March 3.
The Estes Park native says the condition she was born with — coupled with her CSU education — has inspired her to pursue work in which she can “help people harness their passions, despite any adversity they face.”
Colorado State University’s seventh campuswide International Colloquium will take place Nov. 14-15 at the Lory Student Center.
HDNR Honors student Hannah Jacobsen probably has more stamps on her passport than you. Jacobsen has a passion for travel that has inspired her to enroll in multiple study aboard programs and minor in international development.