Nearly 2,000 supporters showed their love for CSU on Proud To Be Day of Giving.
CSU sprinter Marybeth Sant thought her career was over. Now she's breaking records after rediscovering herself.
CSU graduate, Erin Douglas ('18), double-majors in economics and journalism and media communications, finding the pair differentiated her from the competition in reporting.
Six of CSU's top teachers will be honored March 27 at the annual Best Teacher Awards banquet.
Legendary CSU swimming coach John Mattos has been elected to the American Swimming Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Zak Danielson has always loved water: growing up on a farm, fishing in the Laramie River, or working with water at a brewery and in gardening. As a student at CSU, he has used an interdisciplinary approach to study sustainability so that he can continue his work with water conservation efforts.
For millenia, water scarcity and security has caused both wars and international cooperation. But with increasing populations, precipitation changes due to climate change, and unbalanced resource allocation, water issues are becoming more and more relevant to global stability. Case in point: the Syrian civil war. CSU alumnus David Bonomo provides a look into the issue.
Chris Conner (M.A. ’11) has spent the majority of his career working to improve the lives of those experiencing homelessness in Denver. Inspired by the rhetorical traditions of his communication studies degree, Conner recently helped one man share an unlikely story of living and sleeping rough on the banks of the South Platte River.
Jake Adler, political science graduate, is at a fellowship with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education at the EPA’s Office of Water working on issues of resource recovery, water monitoring, innovation, and reuse. Adler’s team’s research and work focuses on the whole water cycle and follows the One Water concept, thinking more broadly about the entire water cycle, in a collaborative manner, to work toward water resource sustainability.