Alert: Blue whale discovered in the Lagoon. CSU researchers confirmed he is docile but are still searching for answers.
Author Archives: Mark Schapker
There have been two constants in the life of the Docheff family, CSU and dairy, and their commitment to both is nothing short of astounding.
Ag Day is a 39-year-old tradition at CSU celebrating the University’s roots and its role as a leader in agricultural research, education, and outreach.
When celebrating agriculture, we joyfully join in recognizing our commitment to nourishing the most basic of human needs.
Of CSU, Gary Carpenter proclaims he “loves this place and what I’ve seen it do for people.” He pays back by speaking to current students, helping them create networks, and matching students with organizations, internships, and individuals to lead them to rewarding jobs.
A monthly listing of alumni accomplishments, milestones, and announcements. Catch up on your classmates and submit your own announcement!
Some individuals are driven by what they want to achieve; some find their passion in what they can do for others. Carole Lenz Hemmelgarn (B.A., ’86) has spent much of her professional life devoted to patient safety.
Run by brothers Scott, Luke, and Eric (M.B.A., ’14) Byington, Queen City Collective Coffee is making waves in Denver with a community vibe and premium coffee that’s more than just a jolt.
In a nod to science, CSU will be changing the name of the Oval to the Ellipse after researchers provide evidence and demand action.
Say the word “farming,” and images of corn and wheat fields likely pop into the brain. Amy Franklin (D.V.M., ’13) is aiming to change this perception and show how insect farming is an effective and life-changing food source in developing countries.