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.
SoGES is hosting a panel discussion featuring journalists who cover science. As part of the event, researchers are invited to pitch story ideas.
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.
Loren W. Crabtree Global Teaching Scholar awards are available to four CSU faculty members on each semester-long voyage.
About 5,300 undergraduate students – one-fifth of our total population – participate in research at Colorado State. These students are young. They’re smart. And their research is already solving global problems.
Who’s ready to suit up for Game Day? Our two-legged mascot! Since 1983, select students have played the role of CAM with CSU Spirit Squads. Meet Dan Seaman, our first official furry – we give him a thumbs-up.