Professor Kelly D. Martin has been named co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.
College of Business alumna Kathryn Coleman qualified for the Elijah Watt Sells Award by scoring a cumulative average score of 95.5 percent across all four of the Uniform CPA Exam’s sections on her first attempt. Only 0.18 percent of individuals who sat for the exam in 2019 met the requirements for the award.
For many, the Great Quarantine of 2020 has intensified feelings that they’re expected to stay on top of workplace communications after hours.
In the College of Business's new “Rethink, Reinvent and Recover: Preparing for the Challenges of an Uncertain Future” short-course series, professionals will learn to confidently, creatively and compassionately lead their teams through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Congratulations College of Business graduates! You have completed a life-changing achievement. Wherever your next chapter takes you, we’re sure you’ll make us proud and show the world how a BizRam impacts the world around them. Go forth, start building your legacy and know that there are more than 34,000 College of Business alumni who are with you in spirit.
Every student overcomes obstacles and triumphs over academic challenges on their path to commencement. Meet some of the College's graduates and share their journey to graduation.
More than 1,000 Colorado State University and Fort Collins community members peacefully marched to condemn injustice and racism in a Black Lives Matter and Racial Unity March June 2.
Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell announced that, with the approval of the university’s budget for next year, students will pay the same tuition as last year, and CSU will avoid deep reductions, pay cuts, and job losses.
Fall 2020 semester will begin as already scheduled on Aug. 24, but the university will shift to remote, online classes following Fall Break. The last two weeks of classes and finals will be delivered virtually.
Watch President Joyce McConnell's message to the CSU community about the COVID-19 recovery.