CenturyLink has donated $30,000 this year to the Little Shop of Physics.
For the sixth time, the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, Sept. 28-29, drew academia and industry together to discuss problems and solutions spanning all energy sectors.
For most students, college calculus is no walk in the park. A new center on campus is providing support.
Faculty, staff and students from the Department of Chemistry and the College of Natural Sciences finished the week with a celebratory lunch at the construction site of the new building, set to open roughly a year from now.
Topping out ceremonies for CSU Health and Medical Center, on-campus stadium and Chemistry Research building held in first week of August.
The only academic currently serving on the board, Borrayo will represent District 2 as one of nine voting members.
CSU faculty ran two concurrent summer camps for middle and high school girls, aimed at getting young women interested in computer science.
An interdisciplinary group of CSU researchers are working on the enactment of a national smoke warning system.