A chat with Retiring FRS Professor Doug Rideout
The 24-hour event, from noon on May 6 to noon on May 7, demonstrates the power of collective generosity as alumni, students, friends, and faculty and staff support programs and areas across the University.
With the guidance and approval of President McConnell and the Pandemic Preparedness Team, CSU has started the process of returning classrooms to full capacity for the fall, based on the new vaccine requirements.
This COVID vaccination mandate will allow us to return to a more traditional in-person learning, teaching, and engaging environment.
During the week of May 2-8, CSU employees can enjoy a free treat at participating on- and off-campus cafes.
Courtney Schultz’s research examines challenges that prevent widespread use of prescribed fire.
Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.