First Data Science Major in the Region Launched by CSU
To help the world meet an ever-increasing need and to help shape the data-driven future, the college is launching a new major in data science, starting fall 2018. The program is the first of its kind in the entire Rocky Mountain region.
Astronomy Club Captures Glimpse of SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket
Completely by accident, the Colorado State Astronomy Club got a clear-as-day view of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, launched to worldwide fanfare Feb. 6.
Graduate Degree Program in Ecology to Celebrate 25th Anniversary with Public Event
Annual Front Range Student Ecology Symposium in conjunction with the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology’s 25th Anniversary: “Piecing Together a Fragmented World”
Nominate Great Educators for “Best Teacher” Award
Everyone has a teacher who made a difference in their lives. Now you have a chance to honor that person! Nominate by Feb. 21st.
VIDEO: Super blue blood moon captivates campus
A super blue blood moon, the first total lunar eclipse of its kind in more than 150 years, drew close to 100 skygazers to the Lory Student Center west lawn the morning of Jan. 31.
Little Shop of Physics to Host Total Lunar Eclipse Party Jan. 31
Before dawn on Jan. 31, the first total lunar eclipse of its kind in over 150 years will be visible from Colorado. LSOP invites community members to their Lunar Eclipse Party on the West Lawn of the LSC starting at 5:30 a.m.
Vice President for Research to Host Three-Minute Challenge
More than 40 CSU graduate students are taking on the task of presenting their research in three minutes or less.
International Student Naomi Mathew Found her State at CSU
Naomi Mathew is a second-year CSU student from the United Arab Emirates and a biological science major in the Department of Biology.
Program Lets Undergrads Help Teach Classes and Engage Students
A program at CSU is helping undergrads get more involved in the classroom – as students and as instructors. TILT calls it the learning assistant program.