The work we do in science is even more powerful because it positively impacts the lives of others. Find ways to engage with others in the community – and beyond. And make a difference outside of the classroom and lab!
A howl in the night could mean many things, particularly in Colorado where wolf reintroduction is underway. The College of Natural Sciences Education and Outreach Center’s new STEM kit, “Wonder of Wolves,” acknowledges the deep complexities surrounding wolves, both biological and human.
The well-known Little Shop of Physics tye-dyed shirt is being handed off to the next director of this influential outreach program – Heather Michalak.
Indrakshi Ray, professor in the Department of Computer Science, hosted CSU’s first annual Cyber Camp. Her goal: making cybersecurity accessible and fun.
Dominique Montaño, a former graduate student, helped develop a series of collaborative events to use the impressive specimen collection for education and outreach.