A monthly listing of alumni accomplishments, milestones, and announcements
Noa Román-Muñiz, an associate professor in the Department of Animal Sciences and a CSU Extension dairy specialist, teaches both CSU students and dairy workers how to keep animals — and themselves — safe and healthy.
CSU’s Oval is one of the most treasured features on the historic campus. With 99 majestic American elms mixed in with lush grass, it is the most photographed spot on campus and the site of weddings, picnics, graduation ceremonies and festivals.
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.
The one-minute video Conversation Starters feature faculty experts from CSU discussing topics they’ve researched and written about on The Conversation, an international news website that distributes research-based reports written by academic experts to a global audience.
Men’s cross country becomes first team in the history of CSU Athletics to finish among the nation’s top nine teams in consecutive seasons
The Michael Smith addition is an essential expansion for the Warner College of Natural Resources, providing a student success center, meeting and office space, and state-of-the-art teaching laboratories.
Researchers at CSU, in collaboration with the University of Rwanda and energy startup MeshPower, are helping Rwanda reach its electrification goals through a large-scale project to design, build, and install microgrids.
We celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Class of 1943 at Homecoming this year. Representing the class was Dr. John Matsushima (B.S., ’43; M.S., ’45). John and other members of that class spent their time on campus beneath a cloud of war.