The 21st annual CSU Diversity Symposium will be held Oct. 25-29, 2021, as a fully virtual event.
'I Knew that was going to happen'
Déjà vu and the ‘postdictive bias’
The Future of Computer Science
Meet four female students leading the future of the field
Meet just a few of the outstanding students who have earned their degrees at Colorado State University.
The virtual experience begins at 10 a.m. Friday, on the Commencement website, and features a speech by alum Kareem Rosser.
With the guidance and approval of President McConnell and the Pandemic Preparedness Team, CSU has started the process of returning classrooms to full capacity for the fall, based on the new vaccine requirements.
Although still in its infancy, data suggest STAT 100 has been successful at serving students for whom the quantitative reasoning requirement is a barrier to graduation, with completion rates ranging 92-100% .
Colorado State University, the Wright Center for Photovoltaics at the University of Toledo, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory have teamed with U.S.-based companies to form the U.S. Manufacturing of Advanced Cadmium Telluride photovoltaics consortium.
Andy Koppisch, a chemistry graduate from CSU, credits much of his career success to scholarships and undergraduate chemistry classes.
The new cohort represents 15 departments and units and six colleges at CSU.
Human microbiome research seeks to better understand the role of our microbial communities and how they interact with their host, respond to their environment and influence disease.
Joint university research finds some air purifiers may actually increase harmful airborne chemicals.
Understanding the role of a tiny protein in the brain could be the key to understanding the development of dementia associated with neuro-degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s.
In her first years here, Lucy developed a framework that combines methods from applied mathematics and computer science to fuse mechanistic partial differential equations with statistical models in a big data setting.
Since 1984, the First Generation Award scholarship program at CSU has been responsible for helping thousands of first-generation students graduate.
In addition to receiving $4,000 for travel and research expenses, the new fellows will engage in professional development workshops and leadership and mentorship opportunities.
The Interdisciplinary Training, Education and Research in Food-Energy-Water Systems program is open to CSU Ph.D. students who have applied to or been accepted into their department’s program.
The college was created in 1968, but its departments and disciplines have a long and rich history on CSU's campus.
Colorado State University students, faculty and staff recently presented their innovative work, competing for more than $20,000 in cash awards.
Ryan Volkert and Dawson Eliason both followed a unique opportunity to be among the first class to graduate from Colorado State University’s Data Science major.
Before coming to Colorado State University, Brissa Chavez Mendoza knew she wanted to pursue a career in health care but wasn’t sure what exact direction she’d take.
Okiefe Ogbe, a recent graduate from the Department of Statistics, hopes to use his experiences at Colorado State University to make higher education and the field of statistics more accessible to high school students.
Sophomore Colorado State University biology student Noelle Mason has a passion for the black-footed ferret, and she’s working to protect it – along with many other species – using advanced biotechnology.
Rachel Brenner is developing specific interventions that center mindfulness and self-compassion to reduce barriers to seeking mental health support and the impacts of LGBTQIA+ discrimination.
Ever wondered how music and STEM are interconnected? Preston Dunton thinks about that every time he takes out his drumsticks.
"Feathers in Flight: The Bird Genoscape Project" is a National Geographic film featuring CSU's innovative research focusing on bird migration and conservation.
Aerosol particles play a large role in how much heat is absorbed or deflected by the atmosphere. Understanding how long they stay aloft can improve both human health and global climate modeling.
Ozone layer researchers identify potential steps for the further success of a three-decade long treaty, the Montreal Protocol.
Justin Sambur and Mike Mooney among 50 nationwide to receive DOE Early Career Award