Three Rams will be competing in the Summer Olympics in Rio.
Before earning the chance to represent Colorado in this year's Miss America pageant, Shannon Patilla had to overcome adversity — including losing her father unexpectedly her freshman year in high school.
A little more than seven years ago, when U.S. Marine Sgt. Joel Peters lay in a coma following a Humvee accident in East Africa, doctors weren’t sure he was going to live — much less fulfill his dream of following in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps by becoming a police officer.
CSU student David Colangelo spent this summer working for Elderhaus Adult Day Programs as a part of his fieldwork toward his degree in occupational therapy, and it was a creative affair.
The Office of the Vice President for Research has designated 21 Programs of Research & Scholarly Excellence for fiscal years 2017-2020.
Carole Makela, a professor in the School of Education, is the first recipient of the newly established Faculty Council Harry Rosenberg Distinguished Service Award, an award that recognizes outstanding individual service to Colorado State University's Faculty Council.
On a sunny weekend in late June, riders in the annual Bike MS fundraiser rolled into the Colorado State University campus, united in their goal of gathering donations to help beat multiple sclerosis.