Colorado State University’s Native American Cultural Center is hosting a month-long schedule of programs and events focused on Indigenous history, culture and food for Native American Heritage Month.
The GradShow includes presentations from all eight Colorado State University colleges and interdisciplinary programs.
CSU’s annual drive for the Food Bank for Larimer County — C.A.N.S. Around The Oval — ended on a high note, exceeding its monetary goal by more than $20,000.
Prepare to use enterprise models to connect purpose and profit. Our award-winning Impact MBA is a STEM-designated, 16-month on-campus program with a choice of two tracks: social entrepreneurship or corporate sustainability. You’ll learn ways to use business to tackle some of the biggest challenges of our time with results focused on the triple bottom line of economic, social and environmental performance.
With Amazon reportedly on the verge of opening its first large department store, the marketing department's Jonathan Zhang helps break down what this could mean for the tech giant and retail industry at large.
A CSU professor answered questions about how supply chain issues are impacting the automotive industry, and when consumers could see improvements.
Three researchers from Cambridge to Michigan received funding from the College of Business for their submissions to the Business for a Better World Dissertation Proposal Competition. The PhD candidates shared their work around business sustainability and received feedback and support from College faculty during a September research workshop.
How does social media translate into predicting the success of stocks? For Ben Cartwright, a Master of Finance student at the College of Business, that seemed like a natural question to ask.
The NSF-funded program brings together students and faculty who are interested in studying food, energy and water issues and the many ways in which those systems affect each other.