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.
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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.
Learn more about Grow & Give, a modern-day Victory Garden project designed to encourage Coloradans to grow vegetable gardens and plant extra to share with local food banks and community members in need.
Hundreds of people from across metro Denver and Colorado were set to gather April 30 to celebrate the groundbreaking for Spur, the innovative new campus of the Colorado State University System at the National Western Center. Then COVID-19 changed everyone’s plans.
When we say CSU is a place where all are welcomed, valued, and affirmed, that comes with a responsibility to not ignore the painful parts of our reality.
In ancient Greek mythology, the phoenix is a symbol of strength and renewal, rising from the ashes. The amazing rise of Phoenix Dugger (B.S., ’17) has occurred in the course of his relatively brief professional career and, currently, in the time of coronavirus.
Wendy Koenig is more than just the mayor of Estes Park. She also is the greatest female middle-distance runner in CSU history.
Alumnus Joel Draut’s distinguished photojournalism career began at Colorado State University.