CSU has partnered with the City of Fort Collins on the 2021 Earth Day Challenge.
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.
CSU will host a town hall session for the university community on Friday, March 12, to provide updates and answer questions about its ongoing response to the COVID pandemic.
"Philanthropy begins in the heart, and those who choose to act demonstrate a love for humankind that is unmatched."
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 program prepares future thought leaders with science communication and career development training.
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.
Through the agreement, CSU authors can publish, at no cost, an unlimited number of articles in more than 300 open access journals.