She’s Colorado State University’s summer program coordinator, a current journalism student, a band member — and a recent Colorado Music Hall of Fame inductee, accomplished is definitely a word to describe Ellen Audley.
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Blanche Hughes, vice president for Student Affairs and lead administrator for Colorado State University’s Race, Bias and Equiity Initiative, has identified a core team to join her in implementing the initiative.
CSU, Mike Bobo agree to part ways.
When the Morrill Act establishing land-grant colleges became the law of the land in 1862, teaching the “agricultural arts” included instruction in the professional care and feeding of farm animals.
A historic evening with Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss.
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An ambitious project to upgrade and integrate administrative computer operations between Colorado State University and CSU-Pueblo should launch in January, after a year of planning and back-end work.
While the holidays can fill our lives with joy, they can also lead to feelings of anxiety, sadness, anger and other difficult emotions.
In appreciation for the work performed by state employees, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has declared two additional paid vacation days during the holiday season.
There’s nothing worse than reading “pay CSU parking ticket” on your holiday to-do list, but until Dec. 20 paying your fine will sting a bit less than normal; and you might even feel good doing it.
Throughout this joyous season of gifting and spending time with family, from Thanksgiving to New Year’s, Americans also generate large amounts of waste.
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is putting on an eight-week weight management and mindful eating program.
Appreciate the spicy flavors of gingerbread as a savory holiday side dish, in this recipe from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center.
It takes a massive team to operate the dining halls and feed the the school.
Darrell Whitley, professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been named a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery
Professor Diana Wall is recognized by the College of Natural Sciences in this months Applause.
Two individuals are recognized this month for the College Agriculture Sciences.
The entire Colorado State University and Fort Collins community is invited to the annual Interfaith Friendsgiving Celebration Dec. 5, 6-8 p.m., at Everyday Joe’s Coffee House, 144 S. Mason St.
It’s that time of year again, it’s AP Star Award and Distinguished Administrative Professional Award (DAPA) nomination time!
CSU’s annual poinsettia sale is back with 15 different varieties for a total of 750 plants.
This year’s GradShow, set for Nov. 12, adds a new element: a keynote speaker, made possible with funding from the Provost’s Office as part of the University’s 150th anniversary celebration.