Leaders and innovators spoke at the September summit.
Back to School picnic held on September 5
Check out some great photos from the event!
Ram Welcome 2017
Photos of new students learning about programs in the college
Ag Innovation Summit held September 6-7
Leaders across the agricultural spectrum spoke throughout the summit.
The largest and most diverse freshman class in Colorado State University’s history has led to record enrollment for the 10th consecutive year. The university welcomes 33,413 students to campus this year.
Forestry students from the Yamagata Prefectural College of Agriculture recently visited CSU.
Established in 2016, the Alliance coordinates public-private research projects on phytobiomes.
CSU Equine Sciences alumna Cayla Stone will head to Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 14-16 for the 2017 Player’s Choice Extreme Mustang Makeover, to compete for $100,000 in prize money.
Catalyst for Innovative Partnerships teams collaborate on some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Tyler Mason was awarded the James Beard Foundation (JBF) National Scholarship — one of 10 high-impact $20,000 scholarships. Mason, a doctoral student in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, started a research project in January that focuses on specialty crops.
Professor Nair's research utilizes proteomic tools to elucidate the biochemical and molecular basis of fresh meat quality. His other research interest include postmortem meat biochemistry, role of mitochondria in meat quality, myoglobin and lipid oxidation. In his current role, he will be continuing his research in meat quality and will be developing new courses in the area of meat science.
Professor Edwards-Callaway focuses on livestock behavior and welfare. She will develop and teach new course offerings in the area of food animal behavior and welfare, conducting research and advising the Animal Welfare Judging Team. Before joining CSU, she served as an assistant professor at Kansas State University and director of animal welfare at JBS.
Professor Bayham's research interests lie at the intersection of public policy, human health, and the natural environment. He studies a wide range of topics including: the valuation of natural capital, the economics of wildfire management, the impact of human behavior on infectious disease transmission.
Professor Mooney's research, teaching, and extension contributions lie primarily in the areas of production economics and agricultural business management. He plans to work on topics related to sustainable cropping systems, precision farming technology, and livestock enterprise management.
Troy will work directly with research center managers, faculty, and staff across the state, enhancing communication between the centers and leveraging center resources and expertise to maximize our support for Colorado agriculture.
Bill Schmarzo’s talk will take place in the Cherokee Park Ballroom in the Lory Student Center
Learn about effective cattle handling, engage in hands-on demonstrations and earn your Beef Quality Assurance Certification at the Stockmanship and Stewardship Regional Tour hosted by Animal Sciences on September 22-23.
The workshop will focus on one of the more promising approaches for CO2 removal referred to as terrestrial carbon sequestration.