Lt. Gen. James Dickinson a proud CSU alumnus.
The Provost’s Council for Engagement is made up of a dozen faculty members who serve as champions for advancing the practice and recognition of engaged scholarship as fully embedded within CSU’s core mission.
Neil Grigg, who earned a Ph.D. in 1969, is a hydraulic engineer who has expanded his focus from water infrastructure to pressing public-health concerns.
The college aims to enhance diversity through the appointment of Melissa Burt as assistant dean for diversity and inclusion.
At the Women of Vision Gala in July, two CSU students were awarded the Joan C. King-Tobet Memorial Scholarship for exceptional students with an interest in biomedical science or biomedical engineering.
Caterpillar Inc. donated a gas petroleum engine used in oil and gas technology for new research projects and testing at the Energy Institute.
Our students made a big splash around the world this summer doing internships, research and volunteering abroad.
The CSU Atmospheric Cyclists, a team composed of Department of Atmospheric Science and Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) members, won this year's Bike to Work Challenge, sponsored by the City of Loveland.
Colleagues, friends, family and former students of Professor Emeritus Wayne Schubert gathered July 27 at the Department of Atmospheric Science to honor the scientist’s “retirement,” or lack of it. After 45 years with the department, Schubert has no intention of leaving research or the department.