The 14th century is known for catastrophe.
Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.
CSU Libraries' writer-in-residence will teach attendees how to build their own fictional worlds that have the potential to ignite imaginations from across the globe.
Through a co-taught course between philosophy and computer science at CSU, computer science students are asked to grapple with whether or not the technology they produce serves as an effective extension of human values and morals.
Get ready to wear your green and gold throughout April for a monthlong celebration of Colorado State University.
Jim Bradeen will be Colorado State University’s new associate vice president for CSU Spur strategy, facilitating Fort Collins campus activities as CSU’s local senior leader at Spur and working closely with CSU Spur campus leadership and stakeholders across the larger Denver-Metro community.
Chanel Miller — author of The New York Times bestselling memoir Know My Name — headlines Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month at CSU.
The internationally recognized composer and CSU professor of music composition had the piece, "Flying Jewels," commissioned for The United States Air Force Band project "Hope Arises." The composition recently premiered at the New Jersey Music Educator’s Association conference.
CSU Ph.D. student Azmal Hossan reflects on his CSU Extension Summer internship at Western Colorado Research Center - Grand Valley.
After a career in education that has spanned more than four decades including as a high school teacher and at CSU as a faculty member, associate dean and current vice provost for undergraduate affairs, Kelly Long has announced that she will be retiring in the fall.