The show, “Walking in Beauty: Designs by Orlando Dugi,” opened in early July and runs through the fall semester
High school girls learn about construction management at annual CSU institute
Doctoral student receives inaugural scholarship from American Society for Nutrition
Youth Sport Camps
The Colorado State University Youth Sport Camps challenge kids to be active
Sustainability Across Disciplines
Institute for the Built Environment celebrates 25 years of collaboration
Is juicing worth the squeeze?
First Generation Grad
Human development and family studies graduate inspired by her father’s resilience
CSU mentoring program named finalist for national community engagement award
The Early Childhood Center at Colorado State University is asking community members to submit their memories of the center — and the Washington School building where it is now housed — in honor of two big anniversaries.
Colorado State University’s Campus Connections youth mentoring program has been named a regional winner of the 2019 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
When the founding executive director of the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University looks back on how the organization was created 25 years ago, two things come to mind: a former dean and Zima.
The new Nancy Richardson Design Center hosted a grand celebration event May 8 to formally unveil the facility to the campus community.
Those who attend the Colorado Ballet Academy’s May 25 production of Giselle will see children’s costumes that were both designed and sewn by apparel and merchandising students at Colorado State University.
Phaelan Mead took full advantage of the opportunity to study abroad by traveling to Australia over her summer break. While in Australia, Mead interned with Me&My Wellness, and got to explore Sydney.
We are very pleased to announce that the Avenir Museum has new, expanded hours for the community to visit the galleries and exhibitions!
When you think of fashion, you may not immediately associate it with science and technology. A summer program for middle-school girls at Colorado State University aims to inspire girls’ interest in the STEM disciplines through the lens of the apparel industry.
KRNC Student Spotlight Kaley Birge
Jonah Landy, Hospitality Management graduate, an upcoming restaurateur.
There was a recurring theme throughout the five-day Women in Construction Management Summer Institute: empowering young women to envision themselves doing anything they set their minds to — including working in the male-dominated construction industry.
Maura Benton is KRNC's Student Spotlight for June 2019.
Three CSU students from Rwanda are working to help to help refugee children in their homeland.
Taylor Ewell came to CSU with the goal of becoming a Marine Officer after college, but a passion for research he developed here prompted him to change his plan.
Christine Fruhauf recently served as co-editor of the book Grandparenting: Influences on the Dynamics of Family Relationships.
Nicole Litwin is an outstanding graduate student in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
Molly Madden, a senior health and exercise science, saw a need that has led to advancements in the field of hippotherapy and allowed her to complete her Honors Program thesis.
The summer heat has reached its peak. These tips will help you get the most of your warm summer while staying safe in the sunlight.
Whether it is an Instagram post with a #selfcare under a picture of candles or as a phrase thrown around to justify binge-watching The Office for the third time on Netflix, we have all heard of this term, but what does self-care actually mean, and how to practice it?
Want to boost your balance? Ground yourself with these stability exercises.
Now that it's summer, there are many opportunities to get active - so it is essential to fuel our bodies appropriately so we can get the most out of our summer activity.
The Fermentation Science and Technology Program at Colorado State University has received two new contributions to support innovative technologies in the growing program.
Jill Kreutzer and Leigh Towill, longtime donors and friends of Colorado State University, deeply value undergraduate students and support the unique values of the College of Health and Human Sciences.
Trimble announced today that it has awarded a significant in-kind gift to the Department of Construction Management.
Nearly 2,000 supporters showed their love for CSU on Proud To Be Day of Giving.
Join our Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy class coming up on July 26th!
The Colorado State University Youth Sport Camps are back again for 2019! Registration is now open.
The new spring/summer exhibit in the Gustafson Gallery, The Parachute Project, features eveningwear designs constructed from recycled parachutes.