Undergraduate students are central to the College of Natural Sciences. You inspire us and create new discoveries. We are glad you are a forever-part of our college community. And we are here for you!
Double major Elise Hadjis used her degree in chemistry to help her designs stand out.
The Colorado State University LIFE sciences faculty members demonstrate this through their willingness to adapt to changing student needs.
Glenn Swanson, a recent graduate from the Applied Statistics Master’s Program, recently won first place in the Harmonized Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Hackathon, a competition to create statistical models that could potentially help in a health care setting.
Liliana Gallegos is a Ph. D. student in CSU’s Department of Chemistry. She is researching ways to use computer modeling to make organic chemistry reactions more efficient and has also been awarded a Frontera Computational Science Fellowship.