Debbie McCuen is researching an edible plague vaccine for ferrets, one of North America’s most endangered mammals.
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Zane Moore is studying the vast redwood genome to learn how mutations affect this long-lived giant.
When Meena Balgopal traveled to southern India to teach first-year biology, she ended up learning just as much as she taught.
Located in the Statistics Building, the center provides free statistics help almost every day of the week.
Garret Miyake graduated from CSU with a Ph.D. and came back this August to teach — just in time to receive some of the most distinguished awards in chemistry.
Renée Plomondon identified her career goals and learned cellular biology first-hand thanks to her undergraduate research experience.
CSU celebrated the grand opening of the new Biology Building and new Chemistry Research Building Oct. 12.
World-renowned mathematician Maria Chudnovsky, a MacArthur Fellow and professor at Princeton University, will give a free public lecture about her work on graph theory at Colorado State University this month.