This CSU-CU House Is Divided Through the Generations
Come Sept. 1, CSU alumnus Jeff Wood (computer science, ‘86) knows which side of Mile High Stadium he’ll be sitting on.
From Near and Far, CSU Celebrates Total Solar Eclipse [VIDEO]
Day 1 of the 2017-18 academic year at Colorado State University coincided with a rare total solar eclipse across North America. Many hundreds of students, faculty and staff hit pause to gaze upward and share the experience as a community.
Night Skies to Shine Bright at CSU Observatory
The Colorado State University community and the general public will soon get an up-close glimpse of our universe – or at least, our visible galaxy – at the on-campus observatory.
Student-Friendly, Research-Savvy New Biology Building Opens Its Doors
This semester, the thousands of students at CSU enrolled in biology courses will have a brand-new home base. The new Biology Building opens its doors Aug. 14, welcoming students, faculty, and staff to a new, inspiring space.
For Total Solar Eclipse, CSU Reaches Out
Midday on Monday, Aug. 21, Fort Collins will dip into a dusky shadow as the moon passes directly between the earth and the sun for a rare, majority solar eclipse.
College of Natural Sciences’ Associate Dean for Research Jim Sites Steps Down to Return to the Physics Department
Assistant to Four Deans, Georgeann Venis Retires from CSU after 30 Years
Whether you wanted to know how many (academic) chairs the physics department has had over the years or how many (physical) chairs were needed for the next College Executive Committee meeting, Georgeann Venis could tell you without missing a beat.
Little Shop of Physics Welcomes Namibian Educators to Campus
This summer, Little Shop of Physics hosted visitors from Namibia to improve science and education for students in both countries.
Summertime Standouts: College of Natural Sciences
It’s not every internship where you get to use high-stakes mathematics to keep tabs on supercomputers.