Robyn Fergus, executive director of Human Resources, has assumed a new role as vice president for Human Resources, creating a new division at Colorado State University solely focused on employees.
Daily Archives: December 8, 2021
There is a common misconception regarding food insecurity among college students at Colorado State University, 29% of the student body is experiencing food insecurity in the last 30 days.
Whether you pronounce them “poin-set-uh” or “poin-set-tee-ah” — the fact remains that getting these holiday plants ready for CSU’s poinsettia sale takes a lot of work.
This balanced shrimp bowl has all the macronutrients and several immune-boosting micronutrients you need.
The Division of IT’s reorganization began in 2020, with the intent to create a highly functioning, collaborative and cohesive division that would be more strategic, aligned with the mission of the institution, and able to adapt based on the needs of stakeholders.
A regular dilemma for many parents is the balance of being away from their kids when at work or engaging in personal hobbies.
While bone health is important enough on it’s own, recent research is shedding light on how important vitamin D can be for other functions of the body as well.
The continuity of action and reputation has led CSU to again be named the top overall performer among doctoral institutions in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s 2021 Sustainable Campus Index. It is CSU’s second consecutive year earning the highest ranking and fourth time in seven years.
The Everyday Hero Award is a special program sponsored by the Classified Personnel Council to recognize outstanding employees at Colorado State University. We would like to thank the nominators and celebrate these everyday heroes for helping CSU continue a tradition of success.