Thank You Scholarship Donors

“As a first-generation hispanic student, I am encouraged knowing that somebody believes in my capacity to succeed here at CSU.”

Mariana Rodriguez, Doctoral student, Biology
Dr. Sharon E. and David E. Kabes Scholarship

“I plan to use my education and scholarships to better myself, my community, and make a positive contribution to the world, and I deeply appreciate your gift.”

Anna Parry, First year, Biochemistry
CNS Undergraduate Scholarship

Recent CSU grad hopes to make statistics more accessible to students

Okiefe Ogbe, a recent graduate from the Department of Statistics, hopes to use his experiences at Colorado State University to make higher education and the field of statistics more accessible to high school students.

Biology student seeks to protect endangered species; make research accessible to a broad audience

Sophomore Colorado State University biology student Noelle Mason has a passion for the black-footed ferret, and she’s working to protect it – along with many other species – using advanced biotechnology.

Psychology professor seeks to reduce the impact of LGBTQ+ stigma

Rachel Brenner is developing specific interventions that center mindfulness and self-compassion to reduce barriers to seeking mental health support and the impacts of LGBTQIA+ discrimination.

Preston Dunton: Science meets music

Ever wondered how music and STEM are interconnected? Preston Dunton thinks about that every time he takes out his drumsticks.

Outstanding computer science student, Ariana Mims, works on inclusivity within the department

Ariana Mims is shaping the future of computer science by paving the way for other women and people of color.

Undergraduate Students dive into Sports Analytics

Mentored by Dr. Bailey Fosdick and graduate adviser Connor Gibbs, four undergraduate students tackled some tough questions regarding sports not for a competitive advantage but for the love of the game during the summer of 2020.

Chemistry student receives competitive national fellowship

Mariel Price, a Department of Chemistry third-year Ph.D. candidate, is one of seven in the nation awarded with the Graduate Women in Science (GWIS) National Fellowship for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Mathematics graduate student aims high with NASA

In March, as the world shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students and potential employers were left changing plans, and many internships and experiences were canceled.

“Thank you for this generous gift it will only strengthen my dedication to achieve a career in science.”

Tristan Nyman, Junior, Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
CNS Neuroscience Scholarship