The team is small, but mighty.
Christina Geldert, a first-year student in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program, serves as the club’s vice president. She is also the president and founder of the Honey Bee Veterinary Medicine Club at CSU, the first club of its kind at a veterinary school in the United States.
Alex Byas, who is also a veterinarian and a PhD student at CSU studying West Nile virus, opens a lab fridge to reveal a Ziploc bag full of vials of ticks. They look dead, but they aren’t. She needs them alive to keep the potential viruses inside them fresh.
This year, more than 20 students from the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences won awards at the annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity event.
At this year's commencement ceremonies, the University's clear bag rules will be in effect for all students, family members and guests planning to attend.
Department of Occupational Therapy recognizes outstanding students during PTE induction ceremony.
Communication studies major Mahalia Henschel is an advocate and leader, and hopes to use her degree to reduce systemic inequalities among marginalized communities.
A center pioneered at CSU to focus on assessing complex trauma in children was awarded the Jim Drendel Community is the Solution Award by the Department of Health and Human Services of Larimer County on April 6.