Recent graduate Heather Salyer shares her experience at the Center - in her own words.
Nearly 100 Colorado State University students traveled to the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico, during the spring semester.
Colorado State University veterinary students provided free spay and neuter surgeries for the dogs and cats of Baja California Sur, Mexico, in the 2017-18 school year.
In 2018/2019, Colorado State University staff, faculty, and alumni have several exclusive opportunities to visit the University’s international extension, the CSU Todos Santos Center, one hour north of Cabo in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Five Colorado State University families explored Baja California Sur and learned about the natural history of the region and efforts to conserve its resources during CSU Family Adventure Week in Todos Santos, Mexico, during spring break.
he projects the teams worked on included rebranding the brochures that the Todos Santos Center hands out to visitors and designing interior and interactive sections for the recycling facility based on the research conducted by on-site students.
Rafael Carlo Garcia Acosta and his fellow classmate hitchhiked 900 miles down the Baja California Sur peninsula – from Ensenada to Todos Santos – to participate in a Computational Biology course at the Colorado State University Todos Santos Center.
Interior design Professor Katherine Leigh was excited about the opportunity to collaborate with the CSU campus in Todos Santos, Mexico. A total of seven students from the interior design program traveled with the INTD 400 class for the service-learning project.
Earlier this month, Colorado State University’s Todos Santos Center cohosted two back-to-back One Health fish necropsy workshops with instructors from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), focusing on the role fish play in ecosystems, the health of those fish, and how the health of oceans and aquatic life impacts human health and other species.