The Going Viral kit will be used by middle- and high-school students throughout Colorado.
An algae club has grown out of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering, and it’s so popular that it attracts new students from across campus all the time.
Four Department of Biology students reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed their experiences as students.
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.
Three-year fellowship gives Ian Moseley research freedom to focus exclusively on molecular magnets
On ordinary days, student workers are a reliable source of knowledge for patrons at the Morgan Library Help Desk. On these extraordinary days, they are indispensable.
Colorado State University Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections is launching the COVID-19 Archive to capture and preserve personal stories from CSU students, faculty and staff.
Chem-O-Meters, a new research kit from the Natural Sciences Education and Outreach Center teaches chemistry to 6th-12th grade students.
Placing first and second in the 3MP competition at the 2019 NPSMA conference, PSM students Nathan Edwards and Molly Selleck demonstrated their ability to communicate science well to the general public, interpreting their research to a general public audience in just 3 minutes.