Joyce E. McConnell will become CSU's 15th president on July 1, 2019.
Culture: It keeps you here or it drives you away
Aylesworth and Newsom to make way for new student housing.
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Although Colorado State University embraces sustainability 365 days a year, Earth Week brings a fun and interactive celebration of all things eco-friendly.
'Teams vs. Plunderers' illustrates how corporations can build ethical and effective organizations to evade or overcome illegal or unethical behaviors.
CSU President Tony Frank has formed the Council on Culture to help evolve the University's culture to support and include all faculty, staff and students.
The playing field at Canvas Stadium will get a fresh, new look when it is replaced this spring and summer.
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Student Legal Services is funded entirely through student fees to serve CSU Students. Staff can provide free notary services for faculty and staff and are always willing to help refer staff to recommended services.
Work will begin April 1 to adjust water drainage from the playing field at Canvas Stadium. West Pitkin Street, Meridian Avenue and West Prospect Road will see increased traffic during normal business hours for approximately two to three weeks.
A construction fence went up around Aylesworth Hall March 5 to begin redevelopment of a new residential village concept.
Five free Lunch and Learn sessions are being hosted by CPC during April.
It’s tax season. While everyone has reason to be excited about taxes, employees who receive clothing and/or uniforms from the University may have extra cause for celebration.
After two years of hard work, the Administrative Professional Council achieved a longtime goal: for CSU to implement a new living wage for the lowest-paid employees, increasing the baseline annual salary to $30,000.
An assortment of fats and oils are available at your local grocery store to use in all types of cooking applications.
This stir fry from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is bursting with flavor with lots of fresh vegetables and beef coated in an Asian-inspired sauce with ginger and chives. Serve with brown rice for a quick, filling meal.
Ciara Cole of Education Abroad knows her March Madness.
Brown’s research will focus specifically on the ways parent and infant sleep affect one another and how sleep impacts the body’s functioning over time.
The Western Association of Graduate Schools recently recognized two Colorado State University graduate students as exceptional researchers.
Both professional and student staff take on roles outside of their set jobs to make a positive impact on the campus and the community.
The Everyday Hero Award is a special program that recognizes outstanding employees at CSU.
Celebrate! awards will be presented 10:30 a.m.-noon; Milestones reception set for 4-6 p.m., both in the LSC Ballroom.
Designed for women and non-binary faculty, staff and graduate students. This month's book: "Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud."
The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence.
April is Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month at the Asian/Pacific American Cultural Center.