Make a return visit to Fort Collins a resolution for this year. As a reminder, here is some of what you have been missing...
Indonesian minister of public works Basuki Hadimuljono (M.S., ’89; Ph.D., ’92) helps nation recover from recent tsunami
Alumna has new approach to world hunger
Amy Franklin (D.V.M., ’13) demonstrates how insect farming can be an effective and life-changing food source in developing countries.
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Have you recently celebrated a wedding, baby, new job, promotion, or honor? Been published, moved into a new home, or welcomed a grandchild? Share your news with the fellow alumni for publication.
Robin Karst (B.A., ’86) found herself back in Fort Collins 22 years after graduating from Colorado State University thanks to one heck-of-a-good hamburger made in Washington, D.C.
On December 22, a tsunami struck the Sunda Strait in Indonesia without warning, causing tremendous damage to structures and the loss of hundreds of lives. One of the country’s leaders who is dealing with the aftermath of this tragedy is Basuki Hadimuljono (M.S., ’89; Ph.D., ’92), the minister of Public Works and Public Housing.
Say the word “farming,” and images of corn and wheat fields likely pop into the brain. Amy Franklin (D.V.M., ’13) is aiming to change this perception and show how insect farming is an effective and life-changing food source in developing countries.
Ama Arthur-Asmah (B.A., ’07) is an award-winning video journalist at 9News in Denver. Watch as she explains why she is Proud. To Be. A CSU Ram.
The National Western Stock Show, which runs through January 27, is missing its stalwart Ram. Tom Bradbury (B.S., ’58) passed away on January 10. He served as director of the Stock Show from 1977 to 2016.
Barb (B.A.,’70) and John (B.S., ’71) Messineo met on campus and have spent half a century together, using the outstanding photography, writing, and copyediting skills they honed at CSU to tell stories.
A monthly listing of alumni accomplishments, milestones, and announcements. Catch up on your classmates and submit your own announcement!
The school dropout rate in urban areas is alarming, but CSU alumni serving with City Year Denver are helping to change that statistic by improving lives of at-risk youth and their communities.
Two researchers at Harvard have spent nearly 30 years studying the reasons that we tend to fall short of our goals and have given us brilliant solutions for reversing the natural human tendencies that cause it.
Rams are everywhere, and they're hiring. The Colorado State University LinkedIn group lists jobs and provides networking opportunities for all CSU alumni, whether you're entering the workforce for the first time or changing career paths.
Focusing on your areas of strength can make a big difference in your job search, your view of yourself, and your life as a whole.
It's never too late to reimagine your life, and in this workshop for Colorado State University alumni, we'll spend an evening turning "What do you want to be when you grow up," into "who or what do you want to grow into?"
CSU News and Sports
Rising sports photographer and Colorado State University alumna Abbie Parr (’17, communication studies) hit the equivalent of a home run in photography by earning a spot in TIME’s “Top 100 Photos of 2018.”
An infinitely recyclable polymer with the mechanical strength and thermal stability of common plastics is included in “Research of the Year” by Chemical and Engineering News.
A retrospective on the biggest CSU stories of the year.
The result is Sustain Music and Nature, a nonprofit that creates partnerships between the music industry and environmental organizations.