Veteran alumnus Josh Johnson (B.A., '20) directs his unlimited energy to serving others.
Sundown on the Poudre River
Painting by Alumni Association member Bruce Boynton (B.S., ’73)
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Veterans Day, which Colorado State University marked last week with a special appreciation for veteran students, staff, and alumni, provides us an opportunity to honor their courage and sacrifice, as well as highlight the role of veterans on campus.
Colorado State University consistently ranks as one of the nation's best universities for veterans. Heather Kent's journey from the Navy to CSU exemplifies many of the reasons for that accolade.
Alumni Association members Bruce and Teresa Hines Boynton met at CSU during a lively time on campus. Students protested the Vietnam War as well as demanded equal rights and social justice. Hearing Maya Angelou speak in the Lory Student Center was a highlight for them. This liveliness was a harbinger of the their lives to come, as one thing this alumni couple does not do is slow down.
Billie Moe Crouse (B.A., ’62) overcame struggles with dyslexia and recently published a book about her father. Committed to helping others with similar challenges, she and her husband established a scholarship for students with learning disabilities.
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Giving Tuesday 2020 is set for Dec. 1. Rams Against Hunger is the featured fund, but donors can choose to support Ram Aid or CSU’s Housing and Dining Services. Rams Against Hunger has provided meals to students facing food insecurity for the past several years.
CSU News and Sports
The CSU System breaks ground on Hydro — the final of three buildings at its CSU Spur campus that is being constructed as part of the future National Western Center.
Colorado State University will host a ceremonial walk across the iconic Oval during the week of Nov. 16-20 to celebrate and honor the University’s 2020 graduates.
Colorado State University’s spending on research activities reached a record $407 million for fiscal year 2020, a 2% increase over last year.
CSU once again was recognized as one of the country’s most sustainable academic institutions by one of the leading sustainability organizations in higher education.
As many of us are observing safer at home suggestions, are working at home, or are looking for work, we are left to wonder what the world and job market will look like in the next months and possibly years.
If you are in the job search, or even considering one within the next year, now would be a great time to clean up your social media presence and further build your brand.
Free faculty-led workshops through CSU’s College of Business aim to help local business owners navigate this altered landscape and avoid permanent closure.
Two researchers at Harvard have spent nearly 30 years studying the reasons that we tend to fall short of our goals and have given us brilliant solutions for reversing the natural human tendencies that cause it.