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Temple Grandin delivered the keynote address at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences induction ceremony on Oct. 9.
Three of CSU’s top women faculty will participate in a panel discussion hosted by the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame on Monday, April 3.
Temple Grandin, Colorado State University professor of animal sciences and world-renowned autism spokesperson, has been named to the National Women’s Hall of Fame.
Avelyn Munoz sat excitedly in her fringe cowboy boots on Tuesday morning at the National Western Stock Show. She didn’t know what to expect when she went into the arena, but she knew it was the day she would become a cowgirl.
As part of its 125th anniversary celebration, National Provisioner, a leading meat industry magazine, has included CSU Animal Sciences Professors Temple Grandin and Gary Smith on the list of the top 25 individuals who have helped transform the meat industry over the last 25 years.
Non-conventional educational paths characterized the careers of some of the greatest innovators and thinkers such as Jane Goodall, Thomas Edison, and Stephen Spielberg. This was the message that CSU Professor Temple Grandin delivered in her keynote lecture to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Oct. 9.
Temple Grandin, CSU professor of animal sciences, delivered the keynote lecture to new inductees and current members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences on Oct. 9 in Boston, Mass.
A new book on wild equids was spearheaded by CSU's Jason Ransom in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability.