In times like these tensions can often run high and some conversations can feel uncomfortable. We want faculty and students to use the classroom to create intentional learning environments where we can discuss difficult and at times controversial topics.
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The President’s Sustainability Commission has announced the launch of the CSU Sustainability Fund.
When classes adjourn on Nov. 20 and Fall Break begins, that will be the last day students will have in-person instruction on campus until January 2021, here is what the last three weeks of semester will look like.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed many holiday plans for families all over, there are still many businesses that have worked hard to provide the people of Northern Colorado with holiday cheer and spirit.
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2020 has been a rough year for many individuals, CSU Cares is here to help faculty and staff.
Making and maintaining friendships can be difficult as an adult, here are some tips on how to build new, stronger, and long lasting friendships.
As a most unusual fall semester ends, Colorado State University employees may be wondering about parking on CSU campuses.
Often times the holidays mean traveling, this traveling may look a little different. Here are some tips to stay healthy and get to your destination safely.
Do you know someone who is a “shining star” or exhibits outstanding characteristics at CSU? The APC is pleased to announce nominations for the AP Star and DAPA is now open.
November is DiabetesAwareness Month, the Kendall Reagan Center has some recommendations on how to help prevent prediabetes and stay healthy.
Learn how to make buñuelos with this months international cooks.
Death at Armadillo is the debate novel for former faculty member John Littrell.
Medora Huseby was honored by Gov. Polis for making textbooks and learning materials affordable for students through use of open educational resources.
The College of Natural Sciences recognizes professor and former provost Rick Miranda this month.
Lynsey Bosch and Janet Porter-Azure are this months everyday heroes.
Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering recognizes three professors in this months applause.
CSU’s Native American Cultural Center is hosting virtual activities in November, this includes keynote presentation by activist Megan Red Shirt-Shaw.
On Dec. 3, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul will speak virtually with the CSU community.
The CSU Center for Mindfulness is offering two series of weekly sessions to help you navigate the stresses of the end of the year – or any time.
On a new virtual platform CSU graduate students will present their research, creative works, and entrepreneurship on the week of Nov. 16.