Joyce McConnell has been busy becoming part of the Fort Collins campus since she arrived to take over as CSU’s 15th president in July.
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This summer, Colorado State University Athletic Department and CSU Police Department received an award from the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security.
This fall, the university’s STARS report will be submitted by a group that exemplifies CSU’s commitment to protecting and stewarding our natural world: the President’s Sustainability Commission.
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Joyce McConnell will deliver the annual President’s Fall Address on Sept. 19 on the Oval.
Get a rundown on all of the festivities for Homecoming and Family Weekend 2019.
The Alumni Association invites everyone to join in the celebration of the University’s 150th year.
Speakers include a leading civil rights activist and a top executive from the global retailer Target.
Too much stress can hinder our work, interfere with relationships, and contribute to serious mental and physical health problems.
The Administrative Professional Council acts as the voice for administrative professionals across the Colorado State University campus and is composed of elected APs from 15 different areas across the University.
The Classified Personnel Council welcomes you to the new 2019-2020 school year and invites you to join us.
Batch cook this balanced burrito bowl for easy and healthy meal prep.
Welcome to a new semester of Campus Trivia. This will be a very special year of questions, as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of what we now know and love as Colorado State University.
Do you know a department or unit that has gone above and beyond? Let the Employee Appreciation Board know.
Elizabeth Barnes will receive the Clarence Leroy Meisinger Award from the American Meteorological Society.
The New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project published a poem by English Professor Camille T. Dungy in August.
CSU has once again been recognized as a leading sustainable campus, achieving the highest spot on the 2019 Sustainable Campus Index.
In celebration of National Latinx Heritage Month, El Centro is hosting a series of events Sept. 15-Oct. 15 to celebrate community and inclusion.
This year, the event takes place Saturday, Sept. 21, as the CSU Rams football team takes on the University of Toledo Rockets at Canvas Stadium.
Stadium Sessions — the series of free outdoor performances before every CSU home football game — returns Sept. 21 with a show by The Movers & Shakers.
The symposium, featuring former U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, is set for Tuesday, Sept. 24.