The chief commercial and sustainability officer at Ball Corporation is a Ram. Kathleen Reid Pitre (B.A., ’00; M.S., ’04) started at Ball Aerospace in 2003 as an intern; 16 years later, she was named to the company’s senior sales and sustainability role.
Paying it Forward
Ren Jensen (’59) attended Colorado State University on a basketball scholarship and made it his commitment to afford the same opportunities to others.
The Many Colors of Ram Pride
Artist Bob Coonts (B.A., ’63) helped define CSU’s brand and co-founded the Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition.
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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.
CSU Alumni Stories
A monthly listing of alumni accomplishments, milestones, and announcements. Catch up on your classmates and submit your own announcement!
What could possibly top a first-generation student’s graduation ceremony? Fulfilling her nearly life-long dream of becoming Miss Rodeo Colorado might do the trick. That is the story of Hailey Frederiksen (B.S., ’19), an animal science major and expert in horsemanship.
Ren Jensen ('59) attended Colorado State University on a basketball scholarship and made it his commitment to afford the same opportunities to others, “paying it back” along the way.
Among the many things that make Fort Collins a wonderful place to live is its art scene. Bob (B.A., ’63) and Sallie Coonts (B.A., ’77) are noted players in this scene and wonderful supporters of Colorado State University.
CSU News and Sports
The hardest part of making a beer? Naming it! That’s why we need your help in naming our special 150th anniversary harvest ale with ALL Colorado ingredients that debuts during Homecoming & Family Weekend!
Colorado State University will honor some of its most impactful alumni – and its 150th birthday – at the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell will deliver the annual President’s Fall Address on Thursday, Sept. 19 on CSU’s historic Oval. Livestream available for those unable to attend.
A picture may be worth a thousand words. But sometimes, the stories and smiles of the people in the photo turn it into something singular — a tradition.