On Feb. 23, LSOP hosted its biggest ever open house, drawing a crowd of 8,000 visitors.
Hands-on science fun for all ages, with more than 300 experiments, the million-volt Tesla Coil, and presentations from CSU faculty, staff, students and science partners. Free and open to the public.
The 28th Annual Math, Science, and Technology Day introduced young students to Colorado State University, the world of science, and the connections between science and Latinx culture.
Four distinct campus groups hosted CSU’s booth at the eighth annual Denver County Fair, held at the National Western Complex in north Denver. The event broke its own attendance record last weekend, attracting nearly 20,000 people.
Off the Hook Arts, now in its seventh season, will take a deep and thoughtful look at climate change and its impact on the planet over the next month by bringing together music, visual arts and science in the form of concerts, lectures, films, art exhibitions and STEAM-based educational events for all ages.
CSU President Tony Frank and Sandra Smyser, superintendent of Poudre School District, formalized a long partnership between the two educational stalwarts.
The CSU Observatory will host free public astronomy viewing nights the first and third Friday of each month.