CSU's Noyce Scholarship helps future STEM teachers jump into teaching.
Faculty member Dan Sloan will explore cell interactions by studying the DNA of chloroplasts in flowering plants
Colorado State University’s nationally ranked Department of Occupational Therapy has reached a milestone this summer with its first Ph.D. graduate to come out of the program.
Sybil Sharvelle in the Department of Civil Engineering chaired a national committee of experts who wrote new guidelines for safe, cost-effective expansion of water reuse systems.
CSU Biology Professor Shane Kanatous will embark on an Antarctic adventure to learn more about the elusive apex predator.
Jessie Haugen Frenkel and Alexandra Todd are hoping to make science fashionable. They want to empower women, promote disease prevention and support research.
The trial will study cannabidiol in treating drug-resistant epilepsy in dogs "With the changing public perception of cannabis, it is time that we put science behind the stories and claims." -Dr. Stephanie McGrath
“(Humans) are probably the worst offenders and probably the biggest target for cross-species transmission just because we do so many crazy things.” -Sue VandeWoude
The new Colorado State University Biology Building offers welcoming study spaces, inspiring displays, state-of-the-art classrooms, and cutting-edge research laboratories.