Each year, the Alumni Association honors Colorado State University alumni and friends who have brought honor to the University by excelling in their professions and making significant contributions to their industries, communities, and the institution.
Read about this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award recipients.
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CSU Alumni Stories
Author and educational innovator Dr. Kate Rawles (M.A., ’90) not only writes and speaks about the need to care for the planet but also raises awareness of the challenges between people and the environment by having those conversations out of doors.
Steve Goldman (B.S., ’66) coached football for 30 years with 10 different team across the United States and Canada. As he likes to say, despite all those moves, his wife Donna is still with him after 52 years.
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Alan and Cathy Hendrickson have become a wonderful support system for some of the international students and visiting faculty on campus, in part though volunteering with the Football 101 and Basketball 101 programs.
Ray Jackson (B.A., ’99) aims for excellence in everything he does, from his interactions with others to his career. He also celebrates excellence in others.
Alumni couple Adam Center and Katie La Croix graduated the same year and knew some of the same people. However, they did not start dating until they left campus and were into their careers.
CSU News and Sports
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Tight end Trey McBride continues to add to his preseason accolades.
Colorado State University hurricane researchers have reduced their forecast slightly but continue to call for an above-average Atlantic hurricane season in 2021, citing the likely absence of El Niño as a primary factor.
The Division of University Advancement at Colorado State University recently brought home six awards for its work to engage donors and alumni to support CSU.
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