Colorado State University’s Ag Week brings new and old friends together to honor CSU’s agricultural roots, welcome people to our table, and look ahead to the future.
Colorado State University Ag Day returns to campus this weekend for the 40th annual celebration of Colorado agriculture. Starting at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 11, agricultural commodity partners from around the state will furnish the pre-game Nutrien Ag Day BBQ with Colorado-grown and raised agricultural products.
An interdisciplinary group of CSU researchers is part of a $15 million National Science Foundation research network that will study three regions impacted by catastrophic wildfires, declining water supplies and rapid urban population growth.
As the 40th anniversary of Colorado State University’s Ag Day nears, volunteers are needed to support the success of the Nutrien Ag Day BBQ.
The effort is a follow up to an archeological survey conducted in 2019, which found pieces of wreckage consistent with that of a B-17 aircraft.
Even as the pandemic was taking a severe financial toll on people around the world, Colorado State University had one of its strongest years ever for fundraising — and donors were especially interested in contributing to programs for people in need, such as Ram Aid and Rams Against Hunger.
"COVID has provided us with the perfect example of how we can't ignore animals or the environment,” said Dr. Angela Bosco-Lauth.
As we head into our in-person Fall 2021 semester, we call on each of you to remember that Rams Take Care of Rams and to adhere to the new vaccine, mask and screening mandates.
Colorado State University’s Nutrien Ag Day BBQ returns to campus on Saturday, Sept. 11. Now in its 40th year, the annual event serves as a reunion celebration of community, resilience, and Colorado grown and raised products and their producers.
Read several stories taking a look at the people, facilities and research affected by the Cameron Peak Fire.
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.
A sculpture paying tribute to CSU animal sciences professor Temple Grandin was recently unveiled. It is the first sculpture of a female on campus.
CSU’s Career Center and the College of Business are hosting the Fall All-Campus Career Fair on Sept. 22-23.
Take a look back at photos from that eventful day and hear from CSU community members in their own words.
University Operations, CSU Athletics, the Alumni Association, and many other campus partners have been working for weeks to make sure our campus community is prepared for this season’s Friday night football game.