When Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced on Feb. 26 that student-facing faculty and staff at colleges and universities would be added to the phased rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines as early as March 21, many of the state's higher education employees breathed a sigh of relief.
Thomas Borch and Dawn Thilmany have been recognized for their excellence in teaching, research, and engagement, and for demonstrating a significant impact on their respective fields.
President Joyce McConnell: “Planning is just something you’re doing for some future date that may never come. Transformation is really major change, change you can see and feel. That’s what I want us to commit to and what I think CSU is ready for.”
The survey of custom rates charged for various crop and livestock operations and lease arrangements in Colorado will be available to complete online through March 1.
Nearly a year of social distancing and economic disruptions has triggered both subtle and seismic shifts in how Americans are buying or getting food, and researchers from the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics have documented those shifts.
Colorado State University leaders hosted a virtual town hall on Friday, Feb. 12, to update the community and answer questions about issues related to COVID-19, from screenings and vaccinations to plans for the Fall semester.
CSU's Nathan Mueller focused on how the land was targeted for acquisitions by foreign investors.
The event is being led by the Ogallala Water Coordinated Agriculture Project team, headquartered at CSU and funded by the National Institute for Food and Agriculture.
We will continue to work closely with Larimer Public Health Department and be guided by their recommendations to respond to any changes in our pandemic environment on a daily/weekly basis.
Undergraduate and graduate students can now apply for hands-on summer 2021 internships.
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.
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.
To celebrate the founding of CSU, enjoy this special video, featuring students, faculty and a special guest appearance from Gov. Jared Polis.
Colorado State University Professor of Animal Sciences Temple Grandin will speak on Tuesday, Feb. 16, as part of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Virtual Author’s Corner Series. The theme of the event is “From the Heart and Mind.”
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.