Each year, the College of Business honors outstanding staff and faculty for their contributions to our community at the College of Business Awards. These awards recognize colleagues who made notable efforts to embody out shared vision of using education, research and engagement in support of our Business for a Better World vision.
As first-year students settle in with their micro-fridges and extra-long twin linens, returning students reconnect with classmates across campus and online, it’s thrilling to see our new and returning students, staff and faculty, in person again.
From the use of interracial couples in marketing to a hiring process equitable for people of diverse economic backgrounds to how corporations can address climate change, the three winners of the 2022 Business for a Better World Dissertation Proposal competition personify how business research can be used to create a better world.
Dozens of high schoolers from across Colorado and beyond got a week-long preview of what life is like in CSU's College of Business during the inaugural First Generation Business Summit.
All students listed below have earned a 4.0 GPA on at least 12 graded credits. This is a significant accomplishment. Well done, Business Rams!
CSU College of Business alumna Kelly DiMartino has recently been appointed Fort Collins city manager. She says her MBA helped supplement the decades of experience she's gained in local government.
In the first Fall Address held since 2019, Interim President Rick Miranda reflected on what former Colorado State University President Al Yates said during the aftermath of the Spring Creek Flood that inundated campus in 1997.
CSU was ranked the 72nd best public university in the U.S. for 2022-23. It was also ranked No. 25 on the “A+ Schools for B Students” list, the highest recognition in this category by any institution in Colorado.
CSU is at No. 2 for 2022 in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s Sustainable Campus Index Rankings, Doctoral Institutions. That follows back-to-back No. 1 rankings, four times overall in the top spot and never finishing below fourth.
The committee heading up the search for the next president of Colorado State University is hosting a series of public listening sessions to hear from stakeholders about what qualities they want to see a new leader bring to the Fort Collins campus.