Scholarships helped Patty and Peggy Contreras go to college – now they want to level the playing field for other students by giving back.
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Elmer Remmenga is remembered by those who love him as many things – an avid hunter and fisherman who always knew the best spots, a devoted father who put family before everything else, and an applied statistician who was integral to the establishment of the Department of Statistics at Colorado State University.
By encouraging scientific curiosity and literacy, teachers are giving kids important life tools, including the ability to think critically, problem-solve, and communicate complex information.
Mingzhong Wu, professor in the Department of Physics and Director of the Center for Advanced Magnetics, a Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence, has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Hortensia Soto, professor in the Department of Mathematics, has been named the president-elect of the Mathematics Association of America.
Anton Pedro Willem Böhm, known to his colleagues and friends as “Wim,” stepped onto the Colorado State University campus in the spring of 1990 as a new professor in the Department of Computer Science. In the 30 years following that, Böhm made an immediate and lasting impression.
Andy Koppisch, a chemistry graduate from CSU, credits much of his career success to scholarships and undergraduate chemistry classes.
Silvia Canetto is most well-known for her research on the gender paradox of suicide, listen to this podcast where she discusses her research.
Over 10 years, Rebecca Skloot researched and wrote The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, which investigates the personal stories, family history, and scientific implications surrounding HeLa cells. The Immortal Life raises questions about race, class, and bioethics in America.
Emeritus Professor Scott Hamiton, who passed away on July 30, 2020, will be remembered for his contributions to psychology.