Founders Day Medal awarded to scientist who shaped global beef production.
Dallas Davis (B.S., ’01) was recruited to several universities to play football, but in the end, Coach Sonny Lubick and his staff convinced this outstanding wide receiver and return specialist to become a Ram. He has remained in sports during his career and, more importantly, is devoted to making the world a better place for all people.
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Join us as we celebrate Black History Month by discussing the importance of building Black community on and off campus.
The Washington, D.C., Ram Network is one of the most engaged in the country. Credit goes to Molly O’Connor, an agriculture business alumna who is director of federal government relations for CropLife America in Washington, D.C.
Alumni become attached to Colorado State University for a variety of reasons. For one couple, it had to do with beginnings and relationships.
Dr. Tim McCarthy (B.S., ’67; D.V.M., ’69; Ph.D., ’81) has traveled across the United States and to various other parts of the world during his career. Along the way, he changed how veterinary medicine is practiced.
As many of us are observing safer at home suggestions, are working at home, or are looking for work, we are left to wonder what the world and job market will look like in the next months and possibly years.
Hannah Saunders Wurster (M.S., ’16; Ph.D. ’18) co-founded The Willow Collective, a network of private practitioners who support maternal, infant, and early childhood mental health services in Northern Colorado.
Michael Henry (B.S. ’03) and Kathryn Bulger (B.A., ’06) knew each other in passing when they attended Colorado State University, and reunited years later to begin a journey together that has taken them all over the U.S. and Europe.