It was an unprecedented year at Colorado State University. The events that transpired across the country in 2020 were unimaginable just a few months before the start of the year. Still, amidst the uncertainty, the campus community remained stalwart, blazing new trails in research, scholarship and social justice — embodying what it means to be a CSU Ram.
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Rao is an active Colorado 4-H participant, organized and funded, in part, by Colorado State University Extension.
Proving yet again there is no limit, Becky Hammon lifted the ceiling on her career and women’s advancement in December when as she became the first female in NBA history to assume a head coaching role during a regular season game.
The proportion of older adults aged 65+ is projected to more than double by the year 2060, driving research into the process of musculoskeletal decline. Researchers at Colorado State University’s Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging believe they have found an animal model that will help them better understand it and find ways to curtail the symptoms.
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.
These Alumni Association Life Members have been season ticket holders for CSU football, volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball for decades.
Imagine the excitement of being part of the NASA Twins Study, researching health effects due to extended time spent in space, while a student at CSU. Jared Luxton (Ph.D., ’20) not only participated in this and other groundbreaking research projects, he became so skilled at working with large data sets that it launched him on a wonderful career path.
A monthly listing of alumni accomplishments, milestones, and announcements. Catch up on your classmates and submit your own announcement!
It’s a graduation like no other. Amidst all of the challenges and uncertainties, the Class of 2020 has persevered to earn their degrees at Colorado State University.
Electrical Engineering Professor Randy Bartels is leading new research in optical and biomedical microscopy aimed at improving lives and fighting disease.