Each winner receives $4,000 in scholarship and travel support.
Max Stein, emeritus professor of math, World War II veteran and longtime CSU sports fan, turned 100 Feb. 17.
Darrell Whitley is an internationally known computer scientist – and an award-winning bonsai cultivator. He recently joined the Colorado State University College of Natural Sciences Dean’s Office for a year as acting associate dean for academics.
Six of CSU's top teachers will be honored March 27 at the annual Best Teacher Awards banquet.
After graduating with a B.S. in Psychology, CSU alumnus Robert Stitzel pursued a career in filmmaking.
The path to veteran Sarah Lion’s biological science degree has been neither straight nor narrow, but she never gave up on the journey.
The GradShow awards recognize excellence in research, creativity and entrepreneurship in a variety of categories.
Thanks to the support of donors, the College of Natural Sciences awarded more than 275 scholarships and fellowships to students this academic year, which was celebrated at this year's record-breaking luncheon.
More than 360 graduate students from more than 40 departments are coming together for a day of creativity, research and entrepreneurship during the 2018 Graduate Student Showcase on Nov. 13 in the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom.
On Nov. 8 at 4 p.m., Professor Todd Kashdan, Ph.D., will give a talk titled “Dissecting Resilience: New Insights from Scientific Research on Rape, Depression, and Everyday Adversity,” sponsored by the Center for Meaning and Purpose in the Department of Psychology.