There's something for everyone during Homecoming week at CSU.
CSU President Tony Frank will transition to full-time Chancellor of the CSU System July 1, 2019.
The annual Diversity Symposium has grown to an entire week devoted to exploring issues surrounding diversity and inclusion on the Colorado State University campus, Oct. 1-5.
Denver Startup Week will bring together more than 20,000 attendees in 2018 — aspiring entrepreneurs, successful startup owners, and business and civic leaders — for educational sessions, social connections, and motivational events. As one of five title sponsors, Colorado State University will be heavily involved in this year's program, hosting more than 10 sessions at the CSU Denver Center.
The High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Health and Safety, which works with the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries, hosted a research day to share information on emerging issues, immunology, engineering, economics, and anthropology.
Zubaida Bai earned an M.B.A. in 2010 and launched a company whose first product provides more sanitary conditions for mothers and their newborns in developing nations.
CSU veterinary and business students have created Lacuna Diagnostics, a start-up company that will change how veterinarians process test results.
Six consecutive years of raising more than $150 million have put CSU on the brink of reaching the $1 billion State Your Purpose campaign goal.