Hunter Ridgeway is an active advocate for systemically marginalized people, a future educator, a nonbinary scientist, and an agent of change.
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Glenn Swanson, a recent graduate from the Applied Statistics Master’s Program, recently won first place in the Harmonized Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Hackathon, a competition to create statistical models that could potentially help in a health care setting.
Ernie Chavez, a professor in the Department of Psychology has dedicated his professional and personal life to serving historically minoritized students and supporting their success. “My legacy is people,” he said. “The people who are out there doing the work.”
Colorado State University’s College of Natural Sciences will recognize the achievements of its outstanding faculty members at this fall’s 2021 Professor Laureate Lecture and Teaching and Mentoring Awards. Robert Wilson, a professor in the Department of Physics, will give a lecture about his research on neutrinos.
Three CSU students of color developed a new peer-led math space, called Inflection Point, that hopes to improve student support through community and shared learning.
Ryann Gregory, a master’s student in the Department of Biology, is studying methods to increase foraging behavior with orangutans at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for her capstone this summer.
Jeremy Alcazar is passionate about mentoring active, energetic children who may be labeled as “challenging.” For him, this work is personal.
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.
The scholarship is open to graduate students enrolled in the Department of Psychology who are engaged in research and education on suicide prevention, especially in youths.
Colorado State University’s College of Natural Sciences will recognize the achievements of two outstanding faculty members at this spring’s 2021 Professor Laureate Awards: Indrakshi Ray, a professor in the Department of Computer Science, and Robert Wilson, a professor in the Department of Physics.