The Dandelions Rising Project, a recently funded two-year grant in the amount of $143,600 from the Colorado Health Foundation, will focus on expanding healing and liberation efforts through a curriculum for BIPOC youth across the gender spectrum.
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Student interns mapped additional buildings to add to the Architectural Virtual Library, an interactive website designed to educate the public on historic buildings – both on and off campus.
Christine Fruhauf’s dedication to teaching, research, and engagement in the field of gerontology at Colorado State University has earned several accolades and now, she is being honored at the national level.
Learn more about three dedicated CSU volleyball players who are majoring in the Department of Health and Exercise Science.
Cameron Thomas, a first-year student majoring in apparel and merchandising at Colorado State University, derived great motivation from his experiences at New York Fashion Week.
Education at Colorado State University prioritizes not only preparing students for their future, but also providing an extraordinary foundation for giving back to the community through service-learning projects.
Alyssa Groves is the exemplification of overcoming hardship in life to transition to something better.
Outside hitter for Colorado State University volleyball Jacqi Van Liefde finds that many of her experiences in volleyball have translated to skills needed in her career.
Karina Leber has found a link between her commitment to volleyball and dedication to her studies at CSU.
Sherona Simpson, instructor in the Department of Construction Management, looks back on her time at CSU and seeks to educate the next generation on the use of technological aids in the field.