Newest CSU alums celebrated at weekend ceremonies.
Conferences can be an eye-opening experience. Thirty computer science students received scholarships to discover that firsthand.
At last spring’s Celebrate! Colorado State awards ceremony, two unique CSU community-based programs were honored with the inaugural Community Engagement Scholarship Awards. There’s no doubt that both of this year’s groundbreaking recipients have had a profound impact on the community, but their life-changing influence goes much deeper than that.
Here are a few stories of personal challenges overcome, family responsibilities shouldered, educational changes in direction that finally led to a true passion, as well as learning, growth and success along the way to graduation.
The path to veteran Sarah Lion’s biological science degree has been neither straight nor narrow, but she never gave up on the journey.
The College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University celebrated excellence in education with the Teaching and Mentoring Awards on Dec. 3. The awards recognized outstanding faculty, staff, and graduate students who foster the learning and discovery in the College.
These crystals are made of organic semiconducting materials, which are used to make computer chips, LED lights, smartphone screens and solar panels.
Colorado State University expects to confer degrees on more than 2,100 graduates during ceremonies in the Lory Student Center and Moby Arena.
The Grace Hopper Conference delivers valuable experiences, a sense of community, and an appreciation for both the challenges and phenomenal women in technology.