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Pets are beloved the world over, and as the people of Ukraine continue to be displaced or flee the Russian invasion, their pets go with them. Jon Geller (D.V.M., '95), who founded the Street Dog Coalition, which cares for the pets of the homeless in America, has been part of an international effort to keep pets and their owners united and is now attempting to rescue pets inside the war-ravaged country.
On February 1, Amy Parsons will begin her tenure as the 16th President of Colorado State University. But as only the third CSU alumni to take on the role of President, Parsons arrival feels more like homecoming than an inauguration.
As a veteran, volunteer, and social worker, philanthropy has always been a part of Lisa Smith's (B.S.W., ’13) life. But now as an Arvada City Council member, she's bringing new meaning to public service and doing good for her local and global community.
Great things happen when like minds come together. Kristie (B.S., ’82) and Jim Docheff, Jr. (B.S., ’83) are working to ensure a successful venture that seven alumni began at the Holiday Bowl in 1997 continues to shape the leaders of tomorrow.
The CSU Spur campus was completed with the opening of the third and final building at CSU Spur, the Hydro building. A public ribbon-cutting and grand opening event was held Friday, Jan. 6.
Amy Parsons – CEO of a global e-commerce company based in Denver, longtime Colorado State University leader, and former executive vice chancellor for the CSU System – has been named as the finalist in the search for the 16th president of Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
On Giving Tuesday, Rams Against Hunger asked for help and the Colorado State University community gave generously. Thousands of Rams answered the call to provide more than 8,500 meals to the three in 10 CSU students struggling with food insecurity.
For the past 40 years, Kevin Keefe (B.S., ’81) has given back – it is a family value that was instilled in him growing up in eastern Colorado. As a cherished member of the CSU community, he has touched countless lives, especially students in the Fostering Success Program.