President Joyce McConnell will be shining a spotlight on several priorities and areas of excellence via a series of one-on-one interviews with CSU faculty and experts.
A team of CSU scientists work to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Tell Me More
Tell Me More: President McConnell engages in conversations with CSU community.
Rams Read author Claudia Rankine to give Diversity Symposium keynote.
Race, Bias, and Equity Initiative
Race, Bias, and Equity Initiative at the center of new support structures at CSU.
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Colorado State University’s Sustainable Livestock Systems Collaborative has hired its first director: Kim Stackhouse-Lawson.
Extensive research in Colorado revealed some sobering realities about an industry reeling from COVID-related closures.
Declines in the number of new freshmen were partially offset by strong returning student enrollment.
In an effort to better inform the CSU community on progress and goals related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, several new resources were created and launched this summer, with more planned for the future.
A new strategy has helped prevent the spread of COVID-19 with early detection.
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Recent and relevant research has looked at the benefits of Tai Chi for aging individuals.
Minor changes to daily routines can improve mental health by reducing stress.
CSU is hosting several flu shot clinics for students, faculty and staff.
Service on Routes 6 and 7, suspended since April, is back.
The year has brought big changes to the way CSU conducts business, but the CPC is still serving the needs of classified personnel.
The Administrative Professional Council is the advocate for all administrative professionals at CSU.
Three scientists from CSU were honored Sept. 30 by the American Geophysical Union, the world’s largest Earth and space science society.
The collaborative project introduces a model designed to support meaningful change in higher education.
The final week of C.A.N.S. Around The Oval features five days of virtual “CANversations.”
The CSU System is hosting a virtual panel called “CSU Grads on the Political Frontlines.”
The Diversity Symposium includes numerous presentations, prerecorded sessions, keynotes and much more.
Claudia Rankine, author of "Citizen: An American Lyric," will participate as a keynote speaker during this year’s virtual Diversity Symposium.