The new Colorado State University Biology Building offers welcoming study spaces, inspiring displays, state-of-the-art classrooms, and cutting-edge research laboratories.
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This summer, two Colorado State University faculty members, both from the Department of Psychology, were recognized with awards from the American Psychological Association.
CSU’s Education and Outreach Center is developing a kit that brings glacier science into classrooms — without the melt.
This summer, Associate Professor in Department of Chemistry Melissa Reynolds stepped into the dean’s office as the CSU College of Natural Sciences’ new associate dean for research.
Come Sept. 1, CSU alumnus Jeff Wood (computer science, ‘86) knows which side of Mile High Stadium he’ll be sitting on.
After 12 years serving as associate dean for research in the College of Natural Sciences, Jim Sites is stepping down from the post this August.
Whether you wanted to know how many (academic) chairs the physics department has had over the years or how many (physical) chairs were needed for the next College Executive Committee meeting, Georgeann Venis could tell you without missing a beat.