CSU history major Julie Napier (B.A., '80) is making an impact as a zoo veterinarian and exotic animal conservationist.
The Bitterroot Story
Susan Devan Harness (M.A., ’06, ’16) looks back on her life in the context of an uneasy intersection of race, history, and federal policies affecting Native American families.
Connie Hanrahan, center, turned a connection made as a student into an extraordinary marketing career.
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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.
This resilient Ram served her country as a Missile Combat Crew Commander, but proved her true grit after a cancer diagnosis.
“He called me Squaw.” That’s the first time Susan Devan Harness (M.A., ’06, ’16) remembers realizing she was different. Her classmate used the derogatory term describing an American Indian woman or wife. She was in third grade.
Among the extraordinary array of careers held by CSU alumni is the ministry. The paths Aggies and Rams have taken to the ministry are as varied as the nature of their service, which ranges from church pastor to ministry organizations.
James Iacino (B.A., ‘05; M.B.A., ‘12), CEO of Seattle Fish Co., credits lessons learned at CSU for inspiring real-world business innovation.
A monthly listing of alumni accomplishments, milestones, and announcements. Catch up on your classmates and submit your own announcement!
Connie Hanrahan turned a business connection she made while working for the Collegian as a student into a successful career as a marketing and event management business owner.
Expert career counsellor Angela Hayes offers practical advice for negotiating your salary and closing your personal gender wage gap.
April 2, 2019 is Equal Pay Day - the day that represents how long, on average, a woman has to work into the year to equal what a man made by December 31 the previous year. Explore tips and techniques to empower you to successfully negotiate equal pay.
Rams are everywhere, and they're hiring. The Colorado State University LinkedIn group lists jobs and provides networking opportunities for all CSU alumni, whether you're entering the workforce for the first time or changing career paths.
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!
CSU News and Sports
Joyce McConnell, provost and vice president for academic affairs at West Virginia University, has been named as the finalist to become the 15th president of Colorado State University.
Rams take care of Rams – and you proved it once again on Proud To Be Day of Giving.
The Colorado State University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program continues to be ranked No. 3 nationally in the latest U.S. News & World Report list.
Evelyn Hoeven, a city tennis icon and passionate supporter of CSU, and family friend Tim Sanford have donated $200,000 to the women’s tennis program — the largest gift in the program’s history.