President McConnell given a warm welcome to CSU and the community.
For more than 20 years Carol (B.A., ’67) and Jim Nussbaumer (B.S., ’67; M.S., ’78; M.S., ’92) have traveled to Embangweni, Malawi for weeks at a time, to reunite with friends, plug into purposeful work, and witness the steady transformation of a community. That the couple ever made their way from Colorado to Malawi is kind of a miracle.
Recent graduates have dealt with many workplace changes; among the most profound are those print journalists face. Monique Antonette Lewis (B.A., ’04) has navigated the dramatically changing journalism landscape successfully, landing in the southwestern suburbs of Paris.
Students vow to repay Walter Scott, Jr.'s investment in their future by helping others and bettering the world.
Executive Vice Chancellor Amy Parsons talks about CSU's involvement with the redevelopment of the National Western Center in Denver.
In one of his last acts as president of Colorado State University, Tony Frank has created a new scholarship to benefit undergraduate students in the President’s Leadership Program.
Rudy Carey (B.A., ’74) has spent 42 years coaching basketball and inspiring young men to be successful, not only on the court but in life. His own success has been nothing short of extraordinary.
Shea Robinson ('07, '12) works hard to develop new technologies that support Facebook's Oculus program, and he attributes his desire to strive for excellence to the scholarship made possible by Walter Scott, Jr.
Walter Scott's transformational support for student scholarships, faculty and research programs, and world-class facilities will have generational impact.