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The former property of Hughes Stadium could soon provide affordable housing, community health care, and childcare services.
The first month back remembered in photos.
During a virtual town hall Jan. 15, CSU leaders welcomed students and faculty to the Spring 2021 semester and outlined the sustained efforts around teaching and learning, even as year 2 of the COVID-19 pandemic arrives.
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The President’s Sustainability Commission is relaunched the Ram Food Recovery program in January.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is seeing a spike in fraudulent claims filed by identity thieves on behalf of people who are still working.
Colorado State University leaders have announced plans for screening students, faculty and staff for COVID-19 as the spring semester gets underway.
The Everyday Hero Award recognizes outstanding employees at Colorado State University, both classified personnel and administrative professionals.
Steve McCarthy has been a State Classified employee at CSU for the past 10 years, working as an arborist for Facilities Management.
CSU alum Guarav Harshe shares one of his favorite Indian sweet treats: puran poli.
The CPC is looking for new members to help work with members across campus to advocate fro employees.
The world’s largest computing society has recognized Sudeep Pasricha for “contributions that propel the digital age.”
The Division of University Communications has had two entries selected as finalists in the CASE District VI Platinum Awards along with many other awards.
The 2020 GradShow presented 56 scholarships to graduate students from all eight CSU colleges.
Two assistant professors in the Department of Chemistry, Justin Sambur and Joseph Zadrozny, have been awarded a combined total of $1.36 million.
The Aspen Grille continues to offer take-out meals and reduced in-house dining for the Spring 2021 semester.
This Valentine's Day there are plenty of fun, safe activates happening around Fort Collins!
CSU’s Black/African American Cultural Center and campus partners are hosting a variety of events in February for Black History Month, including a keynote presentation on race and disability.
This year’s International Symposium, held virtually Feb. 23-24, will feature panel discussions on topical international issues which impact the United States and the world.