CSU Alumni Stories

Improving Health and Inspiring the Next Generation

As an undergraduate at CSU, Gilbert John (B.S., ’85; Ph.D., ’90) opted for a microbiology major, based on a course he had enjoyed. Immunology professor Dr. Robert Ellis became his mentor, engaging the young student in his research projects. The student eventually became a professor too, as John went on to his own remarkable career.

Support Helps A Hero Find His Home at CSU

Stephen Lunt’s (B.S., ’18) journey to Colorado State University wasn’t easy. After recovering from a near-fatal injury he received during combat in Afghanistan, Lunt decided to attend CSU after being introduced to the university through the GI Bill. Through this support, and generous support from Dave and Gail Liniger and the Adult Learner and Veteran Services, Lunt’s is applying his military and educational experience toward a future he’s exceptionally grateful for.

Member Spotlight: Dianne (B.A., ’64) and Jim Harper (B.S., ’65)

During spring quarter of their freshman year at CSU, Dianne (B.A., ’64) and Jim Harper (B.S., ’65) went on a blind date and then married in the summer of 1963. They spent their pre-retirement years in Yuma, Colo., becoming part of its active CSU alumni community; Dianne served as president of the group for a time. They are Alumni Association Lifetime Members.

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Joyce McConnell’s inauguration

Joyce McConnell officially became the 15th president of Colorado State University on Thursday, Nov. 14, at her investiture ceremony at the University Center for the Arts.