25 researchers and eight students are involved in Water Center grants.
What started as a way for the backyard gardener to bring extra produce to sell to the public has grown to include cottage food producers, value-added and “mom and pop” businesses.
Council members serve as champions for advancing the practice and recognition of engaged scholarship as fully embedded within CSU’s core teaching, research and service missions.
FLTI participants learned about state government, the legislative process, and current policy priorities of the 2017 legislative session
Professor Nancy Creamer will discuss how land-grant universities can engage in a redesign of the food system.
This month we meet Neil Grigg, professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
Like many other students who work full time, Brian Gallagher said without the online option he may never have been able to fit a doctorate into his already busy schedule.