Field school students uncover an early part of CSU's 150-year history in on-campus dig.
A team of infectious disease researchers at Colorado State University has entered into an agreement with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) to further develop a novel virus inactivation process, successfully used for MERS, which has the potential to inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Mary Pedersen, a distinguished educator and veteran administrator, has been named the next Provost and Executive Vice President at CSU.
Yolanda Bevill is the new vice president for university communications at Colorado State University. She comes to CSU from Prairie View A&M University, a historically Black land-grant institution in the Houston area, where she served as chief public affairs officer.
CSU's School is Cool program has been providing backpacks and high-quality school supplies to less-fortunate students in the Poudre School District for the past 28 years. Now, with the COVID-19 pandemic creating hardships for many families, the need is greater than ever.
Denver native Simone Ross (B.A., ’04; MBA, ’14) has been on a mission most of her personal and professional life. She works passionately to dismantle racist systems and move individuals and organizations to systems and behaviors that are fair to and celebrate all people.
Leslie Buttorff (’79), founder and CEO of Panacea Life Sciences, received the College of Natural Sciences Distinguished Alumna award in 2014 and maintains close ties to the college through her support for scholarships and the establishment of a cannabinoid research center on campus.
Eulanda Sanders, Ph.D. (B.S., ’90; M.A., ’94), former design and merchandising professor and outstanding CSU alumna, remains close to her alma mater and its students.
Michael and Dianne Doddridge are active life members of the CSU Alumni Association who connected in Fort Collins and bleed Green & Gold.