At least two CSU Health Network employees have published books for children in recent years, including one about Fort Collins’ historic streetcar and one about what it’s like to run a local family farm.
Daily Archives: May 9, 2019
Each year, Colorado State University celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.
Colorado State University students, faculty and staff now have full complimentary access to The New York Times online and New York Times mobile apps, thanks to our university-wide subscription provided by the ASCSU and Commitment to Campus.
In her talk at Colorado State University, Julia Gillard, the former prime minister of Australia, mentioned “tracky dacks” and “wozzies,” acknowledging that her American audience probably would not know what she was talking about.
Several bicycling programs for Colorado State University employees are ramping up for summer.
Enjoy both greens and grains in this hearty springtime salad from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center!
Each year, the Classified Personnel Council celebrates outstanding classified personnel at their annual recognition luncheon, and April 16 was no exception as Megan Skeehan, chair of the CPC, emceed the luncheon.
The Lagoon Summer Concert Series returns this year, kicking off the 2019 season on the west lawn of Colorado State University’s Lory Student Center on Wednesday, June 19, at 6 p.m., with the Jakarta Band.
It’s the end of the semester, and that means the time-honored tradition of students selling their textbooks back to the CSU Bookstore begins on May 10.
Colorado State University has amazing employees, and the AP Star Award celebrates those shining stars among us, who make a real impact on their colleagues and communities.