Undergraduate and graduate students can now apply for hands-on summer 2021 internships.
Leadership outlined the university's sustained efforts around teaching and learning, even as year 2 of the COVID-19 pandemic arrives.
Biosecurity, infectious disease and the animal-human interface will be the spotlight of the CERES symposium on Jan. 28.
Colorado State University leaders have announced plans for screening students, faculty and staff for COVID-19 as the spring semester gets under way.
A popular feature of the National Western Stock Show, the Ag Adventure education program continues this year through a printable activity guide that correlates with the days of the postponed stock show, Jan. 9-24.
The application period for CSU Extension internships, which give students applied research opportunities, opens January 19.
The CSU community looks back on our response to the events of 2020 to find the resilience that embodies what it means to be a Ram.
Amidst the uncertainty that was 2020, the CSU community remained stalwart, blazing new trails in research, scholarship and social justice. Take a look back at the images of an unforgettable year.
"Perhaps the most important thing to understand is that it changed how consumers purchase food, almost overnight... As social distancing measures took hold, households immediately shifted away from food away from home purchases and spend a much larger share of their food budget on food at home venues such as grocery stores.” -Assistant Professor Becca Jablonski
Permafrost soils are increasingly thawing out as the Earth becomes warmer.
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.
Jordan Smeby took first place in the Undergraduate Junior Division.
Mueller's project will heighten understanding of snowmelt-dependent agriculture hotspots and how trends in water supplies influence water scarcity.
Each year, the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP) awards 2,000 master’s and Ph.D. students with five years of financial support in their research endeavors.
Thanks to a collaborative effort by several units on campus, Colorado State University has launched a new online system for faculty to submit seating charts for their spring classes, streamlining and accelerating the contact tracing process used when a person tests positive for COVID-19.
Friends and colleagues rekindled their appreciation for John Matsushima as he celebrated his 100th birthday on Dec. 24.
While the Stock Show – touted as the “Best 16 Days in January” – was postponed due to COVID this year, here are the 16 National Western Stock Show highlights that we can’t wait to have back in 2022.
Robert (Bob) Sampson Brackin Jr. passed away on November 11th, 2020. Bob got his Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture Business at Colorado State University.