CSU's latest piece of public art focuses on agriculture and inclusion.
In addition to educating people about the wild world of arthropods, CSU's Bug Zoo aims to make spiders and scorpions a little less frightful.
With a background in ecology, climate change research and soil carbon science, CSU Soil Carbon Solutions Center's Executive Director Jane Zelikova has approached the problem of climate change in a multitude of ways — from research and policy to filmmaking.
The NSF-funded program brings together students and faculty who are interested in studying food, energy and water issues and the many ways in which those systems affect each other.
The virtual experience begins at 10 a.m. Friday, on the Commencement website, and features a speech by alum Kareem Rosser.
Planned virtual events include the screening of a Martin Luther King Jr. Day video, featuring CSU and community leaders, as well as an homage to the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches led by Dr. King.
“I saw the value of the cattle industry to society, and I want to bring awareness of that to people and to find ways to make it better.”
After two decades running the Wheat Breeding and Genetics Program at CSU, Scott Haley is transitioning into retirement.
As harvest season winds to a close, a new student-run food garden established on just four rows of farmland at ARDEC South will have contributed roughly 2,000 pounds of produce to fight food insecurity at Colorado State University.