Baby the yellow-bellied marmot had lived in the CSU zoology building.
Batenburg will speak on his new book and his 25 years of success as an entrepreneur and business owner.
The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the chemistry of fluorine, the lightest halogen and most reactive chemical element in the periodic table.
Computer science professor Chris Wilcox has teamed up with a CSU student and an HPE employee to form a club for high school female students to learn more about coding and the computer science industry.
The Death Valley super bloom happens once every 20 years, and CSU botanists weren't about to miss this one.
CSU's one-of-a-kind, hands-on science outreach program drew families in droves to the Lory Student Center Feb. 27 for the program's 25th-anniversary open house and alumni reunion.
Janice Moore, professor of biology in the College of Natural Sciences, has received the Animal Behavior Society's 2016 Exemplar Award.
A computer science team’s cloud-based platform for comprehensively monitoring critical infrastructure will be featured at a Department of Homeland Security-sponsored public showcase in Washington, D.C.