Jeremy Alcazar is passionate about mentoring active, energetic children who may be labeled as “challenging.” For him, this work is personal.
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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.
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.
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.
Ever wondered how music and STEM are interconnected? Preston Dunton thinks about that every time he takes out his drumsticks.
This year the Colorado State University Department of Statistics is celebrating its 50th anniversary – marking five decades of world-class education, research, service, and interdisciplinary support of the CSU community through powerful application of foundational science.
“Feathers in Flight: The Bird Genoscape Project” is a National Geographic film featuring CSU’s innovative research focusing on bird migration and conservation.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in spring 2020, public health experts increasingly sought statisticians for their expertise.