The purpose of the event is to provide a time to share ideas, explore issues, and gain insights into learning, teaching, and service.
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Although some staff will be working some of the break, here’s how others will be spending their winter holidays.
Students and staff offered opportunity to learn and leave a lasting impact.
This brand-new restaurant features something CSU students, faculty, and staff have asked for at the LSC: variety.
Discount tickets available for Saturday, Jan. 19 rodeo and grounds admission.
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The Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium intentionally reaches out to students of color in various disciplines and exposes them to a variety of undergraduate research opportunities.
Campus Recreation is opening its doors to all CSU employees at no cost the week of Jan. 7-11, 2019.
The new living wage – an annual income of $30,000 as a baseline for salaried employees – has become a source of pride for many at CSU, and the 385 employees who have benefited from the increase.
The findings, released by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness, mark the third year of single-year and change-over-time analyses by the Salary Equity Committee.
It’s that time of year! Holidays are here, filling our calendars with feasts and festivities with our family and friends.
Colorado State University is a diverse community of more than 7,000 faculty and staff, tens of thousands of students, and countless volunteers.
This recipe, from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, is a healthy and warm dish, perfect for the holidays.
It’s no secret that affirmations contribute to a positive work environment. Throw some encouragement a colleague’s way by nominating them for the AP Star Award.
Nicole Sippy knew that military science has been part of Colorado State’s land-grant mission since its establishment in 1870.
It all began in 1957, when Administrative Professionals (APs) obtained representation on two “general faculty” committees.
Katherine Browne, Department of Anthropology and Geography.
Jesse Grace, grad student video producer.
Deadline is Feb. 1, 2019.
Graduate Student Showcase.
This year, the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance offers the community a chance to Be the Catalyst for change.
This year-long program includes resources and support to help you prevent diabetes.
Beautifully crafted and locally made ceramics, prints, jewelry, t-shirts and other gifts.
The third volume in the history of CSU focuses on the architecture and infrastructure of “Democracy’s University.”