The Colorado State University Board of Governors today confirmed Amy Parsons as the 16th president of CSU – the CSU System’s flagship campus located in Fort Collins – following a highly competitive, nationwide five-month search process.
Whether it's roping and riding, snapping a photo with CAM the Ram or learning more about where your food comes from, CSU Day returns to the National Western Stock Show with plenty of fun for the whole family.
The Class of 2022 represent the very best of CSU, showing courage in the face of adversity in the pursuit of their degrees. Meet just a few of the outstanding students who are graduating this fall.
"Reach out and connect with your professors, the faculty and your peers because they all have the capacity to provide mentorship when given the opportunity."
The University is set to honor the 2,300-plus students who have navigated the challenges of 2020 and 2021 to earn degrees.
CSU and Fort Collins will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 16, with a community march as well as a keynote by poet and political activist JC Futrell — known by the stage name as Panama Soweto.
For almost five years, the IIC has supported industry-university collaboration to improve irrigation technologies, encourage their adoption and boost effective water management in agricultural and landscape contexts.
SOURCE recently sat down with Amy Parsons to get to know the presidential finalist a bit better.
A federal grant and matching funds valued at $1.6 million to CSU STRATA opens new opportunities to commercialize university-grown startup technology companies under a program called Lab to Life, or L2L.
The 31-member Search Advisory Committee was made up of people who represented a variety of campus and community stakeholder groups including tenured and non-tenure-track faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, the agricultural community, community and business leaders, as well as members of the CSU System Board of Governors.