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Walter Scott’s exceptionally generous gifts have also proven to be exceptionally wise investments in young people. In addition to renewable merit scholarships for up to 80 undergraduates, and fellowships for up to 30 graduate students, Scott’s gift will support four Presidential Chairs, teaching and research facilities, and funding for strategic initiatives in the Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering.
Colorado State University once again ranks 15th among large universities (15,000-plus enrollment) in the number of volunteers currently serving in the Peace Corps.
The Steve Addazio era will begin with an opening game unlike any in the 127-year history of Colorado State University football.
As the world looks for ways to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, Colorado State University has activated a unique combination of national experts, facilities, and vaccine manufacturing capability to help in the fight.
The need for this type of medical breakthrough in the veterinary realm is huge, said CSU's Dr. Chris Orton.
While an English major at CSU, John Barnhardt (B.A., ’96) had a “sweet bar-backing job” at Lucky Joe’s. He and fellow employee Kevin Kirchner (B.A.,’97) spent hours talking about movies, shooting film, and film careers. Several decades and Emmys later, John has returned to Fort Collins to use his skills in the local community.