Between 2013 and 2019, state-level decisionmakers enacted transformative energy policies.
Mechanical engineering professor John Volckens explained on KCBS Radio's "Ask An Expert" program that singing can cause someone to emit four times as many particles as talking or breathing.
CBE alum Kelly Scharlau realized patent law was the perfect fit for her after taking a graduate-level systems engineering course about intellectual property.
The application period for CSU Extension internships, which give students applied research opportunities, opens January 19.
The Spring 2021 Virtual Engineering Career Fair will be held on Handshake on February 11, 2021, with new and exciting advantages for engagement between CSU students and recruiters.
More people are taking an interest in keeping track of the precipitation that falls at their house. CoCoRaHS has seen a big boost in membership during the pandemic. (9News)
The CSU community looks back on our response to the events of 2020 to find the resilience that embodies what it means to be a Ram.
“I think the frequency of these kinds of summers where we get in these hot, dry conditions is probably going to increase,” State Climatologist Russ Schumacher told Colorado Public Radio.
For 10 days in September, satellites in orbit sent tragic evidence of climate change’s destructive power. (New York Times)
Amidst the uncertainty that was 2020, the CSU community remained stalwart, blazing new trails in research, scholarship and social justice. Take a look back at the images of an unforgettable year.