CSU’s Native American Cultural Center is hosting virtual activities in November, this includes keynote presentation by activist Megan Red Shirt-Shaw.
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Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.
“Life happens. Life happens all the time. We have setbacks, but we still continue because we know what it takes.”
After four decades of leading the center and empowering thousands of students and promoting accessibility across campus, Rose Kreston is retiring from the position at the end of the semester.
In an effort to expand assistance to employees seeking to resolve workplace issues, Colorado State University has hired a new full-time ombuds.
CSU is building upon its global reputation as an innovative leader in sustainability by becoming the only institution in the world to earn three Platinum.
For Black History Month, Colorado State University is hosting a keynote with one of the five men who were wrongfully convicted of assaulting a female jogger in New York’s Central Park in 1989.
The Pride Resource Center and the Graduate QTs student organization are hosting a mixer for LGBTQ graduate students, faculty and staff.