Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell announced that, with the approval of the university’s budget for next year, students will pay the same tuition as last year, and CSU will avoid deep reductions, pay cuts, and job losses.
Pritchett named Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences
James Pritchett has been named dean of the Colorado State University College of Agricultural Sciences and director of the Agricultural Experiment Station following a national search. Provost Rick Miranda announced the appointment on April 22.
CSU economists helped shape $2 trillion economic stimulus bill
Two Colorado State University faculty members had the satisfaction of knowing they did their part in protecting some of the most vulnerable people working in the nation’s food supply chain.
Ground, barriers broken at Temple Grandin Equine Center
The Temple Grandin Equine Center will elevate CSU into a position of world leadership in equine-assisted activities and therapy.
Perennial Trials reveal top 6 performers in Rocky Mountain conditions
After three seasons growing in the challenging conditions of the Rocky Mountains, six perennial plants have been named “Top Performers” by researchers at Colorado State University.
College of Agricultural Sciences breaks ground on new headquarters
The College of Agricultural Sciences began a new chapter last week when it broke ground on what will be the new headquarters for the college.
More than 1,000 Colorado State University and Fort Collins community members peacefully marched to condemn injustice and racism in a Black Lives Matter and Racial Unity March June 2.
From an outsider’s perspective, the prospect of teaching horticulture during a pandemic, when courses are strictly taught online, seems near impossible. But for the College of Agricultural Sciences’ Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, the pivot wasn’t as difficult as one might think.
In a year that’s been besieged by epic wildfires and a global pandemic, 2020 is playing out with its share of alarming headlines. In the past few weeks, a new contender for concern has landed headlines above the fold — the so-called “murder hornets.”
Fall 2020 semester will begin as already scheduled on Aug. 24, but the university will shift to remote, online classes following Fall Break. The last two weeks of classes and finals will be delivered virtually.
If you’ve found yourself spending more time than usual in your garden while practicing social distancing at home, maybe it’s time to take on composting, another project that both you and your plants can enjoy.
More than 400 recent high school graduates in Northern Colorado were visited by admissions staff bearing welcome to CSU yard signs; CAM the Ram tagged along.
When we say CSU is a place where all are welcomed, valued, and affirmed, that comes with a responsibility to not ignore the painful parts of our reality.
Ram Country Meats currently has some inventory of pork and beef cuts available for sale, as well as some processed meats (including sausage).
Scientists have been talking about the role of the microbiome in achieving challenges that face society.
TEDxCSU returns to campus Saturday, March 7, and features nine diverse speakers, including CSU Animal Sciences Professor Temple Grandin.
Dr. Yvonne Cagle, NASA astronaut and a family physician, will provide the keynote address.
The College of Agricultural Sciences hosted “Come to the Table! Building an Equitable and Inclusive College Together” earlier this month at CSU’s Lory Student Center.