An algae club has grown out of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering, and it’s so popular that it attracts new students from across campus all the time.
Over the past eight years, CSU Cares has awarded $115,940 to approximately 80 recipients in emergency situations created by disasters like wildfires, floods and hurricanes.
Two scholars explain the long-term effects of a missed or downscaled field research season.
Watch President Joyce McConnell's message to the CSU community about the COVID-19 recovery.
The program prepares future thought leaders with science communication and career development training.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have knocked the plans of CSU’s Class of 2020 out of the saddle, but Chevi Ames, for one, is ready to get back on the horse.
David Cressy’s journey from his childhood home in Louisiana to graduating from CSU took an unexpected detour through the southern tip of South America.