Andy Koppisch, a chemistry graduate from CSU, credits much of his career success to scholarships and undergraduate chemistry classes.
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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.
Student success in precalculus math has long been the mission of the PACe center (Paced Algebra to Calculus electronically.) Now, with a new name – the Precalculus Center – an updated physical space, and programming built on the latest research in the science of learning, this mission will continue with full force.
Itsumi Kakefuda, graduate of psychology at Colorado State University, talks about her perspective as an expert on day care safety in Japan during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CSU is one of six universities from across the nation to receive funding from the Center for Inclusive Computing at Northeastern University to help recruit and retain more women in computer science programs.
Chem-O-Meters, a new research kit from the Natural Sciences Education and Outreach Center teaches chemistry to 6th-12th grade students.
Take a look back at the life of Eldon Dunn, the first person ever to be awarded a master’s degree in mathematics.