Tour Tuesday is back this fall with an expanded lineup.
The leaders made the Denver Business Journal list based on their innovative work within the agricultural industry.
A sculpture paying tribute to CSU animal sciences professor Temple Grandin was recently unveiled. It is the first sculpture of a female on campus.
Colorado State University’s Ag Week brings new and old friends together to honor CSU’s agricultural roots, welcome people to our table, and look ahead to the future.
Vida, the first of three buildings to open at the CSU Spur campus, will offer real-life experiences paired with museum-like interactive exhibits to learners of all ages.
The new Temple Grandin Equine Center totals 30,000 square feet, and includes equine, clinical, administrative and classroom spaces that support student learning, client success and research advancement for the equine-assisted services industry.
The state-of-the-art facility, named for Department of Animal Sciences faculty member and autism advocate Temple Grandin, was created to be a place of healing, treatment, education and research for clients from diverse backgrounds. The center is the new home of one of the leading equine-assisted services education and research programs in the world.
Even before construction on its CSU Spur campus is completed in 2022, the CSU System has been following an anchor institution model of engaging and working with the communities surrounding the future site.
A recent CSU pilot study aimed to develop and evaluate occupational therapy in an equine environment for youth with autism.