Undergraduate Studies Neutrinos
This physics undergrad works full-time in a lab while also mentoring other students.
STUDENT-FRIENDLY BIOLOGY BUILDING
The new building houses state-of-the-art classrooms, cutting-edge research labs, and inviting study spaces.
Undergraduate research: hacking germs and exploring career paths
This undergrad learned a lot in her experiences in and outside the lab.
LEARNING MATERIALS
The School of Advanced Materials Discovery (SAMD) is a multidisciplinary Materials Science Engineering graduate program that focuses on learning through hands-on experience with state-of-the-art instrumentation.

Welcome to the College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University. Join our community of scientists, thinkers, and leaders. You will learn, grow, make lifelong friends, and find that discovery begins here. Where you take it next is up to you!

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STUDENT NEWS

CSU-SACNAS working to create inclusive community in STEM

While SACNAS was initially meant to bring representation to a few minority groups, it has evolved to become inclusive of all minoritized groups in STEM.

Re-envisioned: PACe becomes the Precalculus Center

Student success in precalculus math has long been the mission of the PACe center (Paced Algebra to Calculus electronically.) Now, with a new name – the Precalculus Center – an updated physical space, and programming built on the latest research in the science of learning, this mission will continue with full force.

Psychology students participate in Research Experience for Undergraduates poster session

Two psychology majors participated in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program this year: Corey Simpson and Nikki Wasinger.

Biology student conducts research on relationship between malaria-drug dosage and parasite-killing potential

Ana Ibarra, a first-generation student in the Department of Biology, was able to conduct remote research in the REU program

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