Colorado State University shattered records for research expenditures this year, spending $446.8 million to acquire knowledge to protect people from disease, recover drought- and fire-ravaged communities, and respond to the climate emergency.
The L'Avenir multi-family housing complex in Old Town is Fort Collins' greenest building. The story behind it is being broadcast by Rocky Mountain PBS.
Getting more than 600 poinsettia plants ready to sell this holiday season is no small task. Thankfully the students in CSU's floriculture practicum are all (green) thumbs.
Colorado State University again has been named the top overall performer among doctoral institutions in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s 2021 Sustainable Campus Index. It is CSU’s second consecutive year earning the highest ranking and fourth time in seven years.
CSU's latest piece of public art focuses on agriculture and inclusion.
Over the last several months, a CSU research team has teamed with Woodwell Climate Research Center on a Colorado-based project aimed at helping managers of rangelands, which cover large areas of both public and private lands, understand and monitor the delicate carbon balances across their grazed landscapes.
CODEX is a web-based interactive map viewer with tools to support conservation planning and return on investment of conservation dollars.
In addition to educating people about the wild world of arthropods, CSU's Bug Zoo aims to make spiders and scorpions a little less frightful.
In a new paper, CSU Assistant Professor Nathan Mueller examines how U.S. dairy operations may be impacted by extreme weather conditions.
The NSF-funded program brings together students and faculty who are interested in studying food, energy and water issues and the many ways in which those systems affect each other.
Four alumni have been recognized as 2021 Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Distinguished Alumni Award winners.
The CSU Graduate School awarded Maria Chavez the 2021-22 Advancing Education Scholarship in honor of the legacy and memory of Martin Luther King Jr. Chavez in recognition of her outstanding achievement in promoting equities in education for underrepresented and racially minoritized students.
Keith Belk, professor and head of the Department of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University, was recently granted the American Meat Science Association 2021 International Lectureship Award.
CSU Affiliate Professor Philip M. Seng has been awarded Japan’s highest civilian honor, the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon.
Tough but compassionate. Someone who made you think. Over the years, those are a couple of ways people have described Bernie Rollin, a University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University widely known as the father of veterinary medical ethics.
Drew Wilcocks, formerly of Estes Park, died in a car accident on Sunday, Nov. 14. He was 27 years old.
Natasha Bowens Blair, author of The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience and Farming, sat down with CSU President Joyce McConnell to discuss her book.
CSU graduate students showcased an exceptional body of work during the 2021 Graduate Student Showcase. Virtual presentations encompassed research, entrepreneurship and creative works from all eight colleges and interdisciplinary programs.