Undergraduate and graduate students can now apply for hands-on summer 2021 internships.
Leadership outlined the university's sustained efforts around teaching and learning, even as year 2 of the COVID-19 pandemic arrives.
Colorado State University leaders have announced plans for screening students, faculty and staff for COVID-19 as the spring semester gets under way.
Two sessions, led by the executive search firm, will be open to all CSU faculty, staff and students on Jan. 21-22.
Nominations of individuals or teams that contribute to CSU culture in positive ways are due Feb. 15, 2021.
Topics will include testing protocols, the spring academic schedule, university operations, and new and ongoing COVID-19 resources for students, faculty and staff.
Planned virtual events include the screening of a Martin Luther King Jr. Day video, featuring CSU and community leaders, as well as an homage to the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches led by Dr. King.
Seagraze hopes to eliminate much of the climate changing methane gas emitted by cattle by introducing a seaweed-based feed additive and developing a brand to attract consumers to the earth-friendly product.
The CSU community looks back on our response to the events of 2020 to find the resilience that embodies what it means to be a Ram.
Amidst the uncertainty that was 2020, the CSU community remained stalwart, blazing new trails in research, scholarship and social justice. Take a look back at the images of an unforgettable year.