Rochelle Platter of Fort Collins assumes role of Colorado 4-H Foundation Director
At the annual Celebrate! Colorado State University event, BSHARP and the Center for Community Partnerships received the inaugural CSU Community Engagement Scholarship Awards. The awards are an initiative of the Provost’s Council for Engagement, jointly established by the Office of the Provost & Executive Vice President and the Office of Engagement.
To assist the southern areas of Colorado most affected by the drought, and at risk for subsequent fire and flood, three free workshops are being offered by Colorado State University Extension.
Results from the 2017 survey of Colorado county commissioners indicate a high level of overall satisfaction with CSU Extension's quality, value, responsiveness, and level of service. As one survey respondent commented, “Extension in [our county] really does have something for everyone, from 4-H for children to Master Gardening for seniors.”
All members of the campus and Fort Collins community are encouraged to come together at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 29, to make a statement in support of CSU’s community principles and against acts of hate and intimidation that have taken place on campus this academic year.
Colorado State University Vice President for Engagement Lou Swanson visited five Chinese universities in January. All five universities – Zhejiang University, Hunan Agricultural University, Huazhong Agricultural University, Nanjing Agricultural University and Northeast Agricultural University – are members of the China-US University-based Agricultural Extension Alliance.
The Office of Engagement recognized CSU students from Anhui Province, China at a December 2017 reception.