The International Weed Genomics Consortium, comprising 17 academic partners across seven countries, assembles a global community of experts who will develop genomic tools that fundamentally advance humanity’s approach to weeds and crops.
Weston and Marlee Richburg give back to their alma mater where they were both standout athletes.
The National Science Foundation recently awarded one of the country’s top STEM fellowships to seven CSU graduate students and two recent graduates.
The directory features short biographies of community members, the target population(s) they work with, subject area expertise, and ways in which they are open to collaborate.
Central IT is expanding the existing DUO authentication for access to the university computer network to include Office 365 services and email.
Food safety is a critical concern in the United States and meat processing plays a major role in this endeavor. Join the National Ag Law Center for an informative webinar about legislative changes to meat processing and what it means.
This year’s MURALS Symposium spotlighted outstanding work among students across the university, with the top award-winning project providing an examination of the health disparities among racial groups in the United States.
Despite snowstorms and the pandemic, all major projects are back on track and plowing forward.
CSU will host a ceremonial walk across the Oval during the week of April 5-9 to celebrate and honor the University’s Spring and Summer 2021 graduates.