The college was created in 1968, but its departments and disciplines have a long and rich history on CSU’s campus.
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CSU psychology major Meghan Casey is building the foundations for a successful career that blends pediatric medicine with educational entertainment.
CSU physicist Kate Ross studies exotic states in quantum magnets under extreme conditions.
On May 12, the college bestowed the bachelor of science degree on 673 undergraduate students. Molly Bloom, author of Molly’s Game, was the featured commencement speaker.
With the help of quantum mechanical computation, new CSU faculty member Robert Paton helped to develop a new catalyst that could improve medicines and medical imaging.
At this year’s commencement ceremonies, the University’s clear bag rules will be in effect for all students, family members and guests planning to attend.
April 19, the College of Natural Sciences is raising funds for undergraduate scholarships in CSU’s Love Your State Day of Giving.
The College of Natural Sciences celebrated its retired faculty and staff at the annual Emeritus Breakfast.
Craig Partridge, who designed how emails would be routed and helped create high-speed routers, will be joining CSU’s faculty this summer, as chair of the Department of Computer Science.
The CSU Observatory will host free public astronomy viewing nights the first and third Friday of each month.