We welcomed 2,128 new graduates to the alumni family during commencement weekend, including two outstanding Alumni Association interns who shared their thoughts on their time at CSU and future plans.
For many Rams, the holiday season starts when the CSU Marching Band steps off in the Denver Parade of Lights.
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Noa Román-Muñiz, an associate professor in the Department of Animal Sciences and a CSU Extension dairy specialist, teaches both CSU students and dairy workers how to keep animals — and themselves — safe and healthy.
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Have you recently celebrated a wedding, baby, new job, promotion, or honor? Been published, moved into a new home, or welcomed a grandchild? Share your news with the fellow alumni for publication.
We welcomed 2,128 new graduates to the alumni family during commencement weekend, including two CSU Alumni Association interns who shared their thoughts on their time at CSU and future plans.
The school dropout rate in urban areas is alarming, but CSU alumni serving with City Year Denver are helping to change that statistic by improving lives of at-risk youth and their communities.
The CSU Marching Band is an annual highlight in the 9NEWS Denver Parade of Lights.
Kacie Hermann (B.S., ’12) came to every home football game the first year in the new stadium, participated in the 5K Homecoming Run, attended the Rocky Mountain Showdown, and cheered on her Rams at the Glidan New Mexico Bowl that year. As she lives in central Florida, that qualifies her as a diehard Ram super fan!
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Focusing on your areas of strength can make a big difference in your job search, your view of yourself, and your life as a whole.
We’ve lined up the nation’s top career authors to give you the knowledge you need to transition into any stage of your career – from student to retirement!
Move your career forward. Colorado State University alumni are entitled to a variety of career tools and services.
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A comprehensive new website providing information about the search for Colorado State University’s next president will serve as a resource for presidential candidates while also providing information about CSU for the general public.
Here are a few stories of personal challenges overcome, family responsibilities shouldered, educational changes in direction that finally led to a true passion, as well as learning, growth and success along the way to graduation.
CSU’s Oval is one of the most treasured features on the historic campus. With 99 majestic American elms mixed in with lush grass, it is the most photographed spot on campus and the site of weddings, picnics, graduation ceremonies and festivals.