On Feb. 24, the CSU Institute for Entrepreneurship hosted the final pitches for Fort Collins Startup Weekend at one of the campus's newest facilities.
Startup Weekend Fort Collins: Music Innovation will bring together aspiring designers and entrepreneurs to develop business and product ideas related to music innovation Feb. 22-24.
Over a three-decade career, attorney Boucher has represented Cesar Chavez, the family of a poisoned farmworker, filed antitrust actions against wholesale electricity traders in California’s deregulated energy market and successfully argued to protect consumers of organic produce in the California Supreme Court.
The Global Business Academy is a summer program for current high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors. Create great summer memories during the 13-day, action-packed experience with students from around the globe and learn about how to use business to create a better world.
Ray Bouchet, an attorney who helped secure more than $3 billion in settlements and verdicts protecting human rights and the environment, opens the College of Business’ Dean’s Distinguished Leadership Series on Feb. 21.
Colorado State University faculty earn commendation for research on the surprising relationship between long working hours and our well-being.
Joyce McConnell, provost and vice president for academic affairs at West Virginia University, has been named as the finalist to become the 15th president of Colorado State University.
Colorado State University’s online programs earned top rankings in an annual report released Jan. 15 by U.S. News & World Report. CSU ranked among the best in the country for its online bachelor’s degree programs as well as online graduate programs.
A look back at the year gone by through SOURCE stories.
Newest CSU alums celebrated at weekend ceremonies.