President Joyce McConnell: “Planning is just something you’re doing for some future date that may never come. Transformation is really major change, change you can see and feel.”
COVID-19: One Year Later
How COVID changed CSU.
COURAGEOUS STRATEGIC TRANSFORMATION
President Joyce McConnell discusses strategic planning at CSU.
The Extra Mile
HDS staff support students placed in quarantine and isolation.
Chocolate and Heart Health
Why your heart really loves dark chocolate.
Latest Headlines for faculty and staff
A lot can change in a year, faculty and staff look back on a year at CSU during the pandemic.
During these challenging times Housing & Dining services have gone above and beyond to support students.
To honor the teachers chosen last year the Alumni Association will host a “live” event on Instagram on March 25 this year.
News You Can Use
For the next several months, the historic CSU Oval will look a bit less picturesque as crews replace storm water pipes beneath it.
A new Foothills Shuttle service is now running, connecting the CSU Foothills Campus to a Transfort route.
With the Spring Equinox set for March 20, get your horoscope to find out what's ahead in 2021.
CSU’s Council on Gender Equity on the Faculty has two openings.
It's heart month, and chocolate is on our minds. Let’s take a closer look at chocolate and its connection to health.
Heart health is important to leading a healthy life, here are five strategies to help make changes for a healthier heart.
The CPC is debunking some common performance evaluation myths.
Sara Istre, event and program coordinator, has been a State Classified employee at the CSU Career Center for two years. In Fall 2020, she brainstormed, planned, and executed CSU’s first Virtual Career Fair.
Cones works in Facilities Management as a compost technician II in operations.
Carina Pfenning has been with CSU for four years and works as a production cook.
Charla Waity has worked at CSU Libraries since July 1999.
Julie Sinkovitz is the director of sports nutrition and has worked in CSU Athletics for three years.
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery hosts Discovery Live: Ask a Scientist!
From March 1-14, visit Old Town for a taste of the local restaurants.
Learn to brew Kombucha at home with Spring Creek Gardens online classes.
CSU's ACT Human Rights Film Festival returns, featuring a dozen feature-length documentaries and several short films.