Watch as President Frank launches State Your Purpose.
CSU has launched its second campaign, hoping to raise $1 billion to improve all aspects of campus life.
A computer science team’s cloud-based platform for comprehensively monitoring critical infrastructure will be featured at a Department of Homeland Security-sponsored public showcase in Washington, D.C.
The uniquely CSU team recently took their passion for no-holds-barred science exploration to teachers and students in southwestern Africa.
Chemistry faculty members Amy Prieto and Jamie Neilson have been jointly awarded $1 million from the Keck Foundation to develop a novel method for discovering new, functional materials.
The annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, taking place Feb. 11-15 in Washington, D.C., will include CSU researchers sharing the latest from their laboratories, and exciting up-and-coming trends in their fields.
Computer scientists and statisticians are creating powerful new software that can predict, simulate and analyze a major livestock disease outbreak.
Greg Florant doesn’t mind being the groundhog guy – in fact, he rather likes it. “My big day is coming up,” he jokes – that is, Feb. 2nd, when Punxsatawney Phil will be forcibly pulled from his hidey-hole to predict an early spring or prolonged winter.