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!
Computer science students awarded at CSU undergraduate research showcase
Winning projects include virtual forest bathing, heat island mapping, and a data visualization tool even your grandma can use.
CSU student helps secure new state law on water quality in mobile home parks
A Colorado State University student has played a key role in securing new regulations to protect water quality in mobile home parks – after learning that elevated levels of lead were found in the water at the mobile home park where they live.
Collaboration and connection: Building a community in physics
Student groups are a popular way to get involved in university life and meet people with shared interests and experiences. Student groups like Women in Physics are great places to build community and collaboration amongst peers.
Rising star: Computer science undergraduate awarded for new digital portfolio product
Applying for a job? Need to make an online portfolio? One enterprising student created a product that eases the process for novices and “code-phobes.”