The largest and most diverse freshman class in Colorado State University’s history has led to record enrollment for the 10th consecutive year. The university welcomes 33,413 students to campus this year.
Colorado's Teacher Shortage
Colorado, like the rest of the nation, is facing a shortage of school teachers. CSU is working to change that.
Ram Welcome 2017
The College of Health and Human Sciences welcomed 900 students during Ram Welcome.
Healthier School Environments
CSU grad students are creating healthier environments in K-12 schools by providing more physical activity in class.
Colorado State University announced the 2017 Sports Hall of Fame class in August, and included among the inductees is Olympian Janay DeLoach (‘08, ‘12.) Learn more about this stunning athlete and alumni.
Take an inside look at how a development partnership with CSU’s Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) and CSU Online is providing distance learners with coursework that is designed specifically for their success.
A small group of undergraduates, many of them incoming freshman, had a unique experience in Fort Collins as part of the 2017 Community Sustainability Workshop.
In recognition of her outstanding work with CSU’s Family and Consumer Sciences program, Dawn Mallette has been awarded the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America National Distinguished Service Award.
Sarah Ash, a junior studying health and exercise science, was able to travel to Dublin, Ireland, for an internship this summer. Learn more about Ash and her internship.
This fall students enrolled in SOWK 342: Generalist Practice with Organizations and Communities will partner with Poudre Fire Authority educators and firefighters to install smoke alarms in Fort Collins mobile home parks.
Anne Williford is a new associate professor in the School of Social work; her interests are in youth bullying, aggression, and peer victimization.
Patty Stutz-Tanenbaum helps train and support hundreds of fieldwork educators through the AOTA Fieldwork Educator Certificate Program.
An intervention designed to reduce heavy marijuana use among college students is showing promising results.
Researchers in CSU’s Department of Construction Management are working on a proposal for the Colorado Department of Transportation that could alter how the state's runaway truck ramps are used and maintained.
Experiencing stress is one thing, but understanding what stress is, and how we respond to it, is a bit harder to fathom. Gloria Luong aims to learn more about stress and how our responses to it changes as we age.
It might be easy for us to think about and list the benefits of exercise. There’s the increased energy, better outlook, blood pressure regulation, maintaining or decreasing body weight, among others.
Enjoy this quick and easy recipe that is high in protein, nutritious, and most importantly delicious!
Eating a rainbow of colorful plant foods, including colorful nightshades, is the best way to ensure your body is getting the spectrum of nutrients it needs for optimal health.
Salazar Center for North American Conservation will be housed in CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center will be providing programming to the campus and community in an expanded space thanks to a transformational gift from Pat and Larry Kendall.
On May 23, Louise Wendt White, along with several other honorees, was recognized through the Legacies Project.
“Ben was a real social worker,” Georgia Granger said remembering her husband. “He loved the students; he wanted to teach them all he could. He wanted them to look at the people, see what they are really like and help them with whatever needs they had.”
Two aging and cancer research experts are speaking on how our pets can help us learn strategies for healthy aging in humans.
This year's Diversity Symposium brings a week of thoughtful and thought-provoking speakers and panels to the Colorado State University campus. All completely free and open to the public.
CSU is partnering with the University of Hawaii to offer support to grandparents through the GRANDcares Project-- a six-week class launching next month.
CSU is hosting a free public forum next month for scientists interested in the aging process to discuss their latest findings.
The 37th Annual CSU Homecoming 5K Race is coming up on Saturday, October 14. Note this year's location is Hughes Stadium.
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center has partnered with the Alumni Association to offer an exciting cooking class about tailgating.
Join us on Thursday, September 14 at 7 p.m. in the Avenir Museum Classroom 157 to meet the Curator Katie Knowles.
What happens when traditional attire meets high fashion? The Colorado State University Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising examines this question in “The Allure of the Moroccan Caftan.”