• Diana Wall Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

    Diana Wall Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

    Dr. Diana H. Wall, University Distinguished Professor; director of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability; Senior Research Scientist, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory; and professor of Biology at Colorado State University, is among the world's most accomplished leaders who have been elected members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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  • Ramtastic Astronaut!

    Ramtastic Astronaut!

    We were thrilled on Thursday to host Dr. Kjell Lindgren, a NASA astronaut who earned a master's degree at CSU in cardiovascular physiology. Lindgren is rigorously training for a mission to the International Space Station. He visited to meet with campus leaders and to get CSU fan wear that he'll take to space! Read and watch a video about how his studies in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences helped Lindgren realize his dream.

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  • 2014 Best Teacher Award Winners

    2014 Best Teacher Award Winners

    Each year, students and alumni have an opportunity to recognize the positive impact a Colorado State University teacher has had on their lives. From numerous nominations, six teachers were selected by a committee.

    This year's Best Teachers will be recognized at an awards dinner on Monday, April 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Drake Centre.

    Read about the six winners

  • Fighting to Save a Species

    Fighting to Save a Species

    George Wittemyer has spent the past 16 years intimately studying the ecology, social structure and habitat use of elephant populations in Samburu, Kenya. In 2009, his research took a tragic turn as a poaching epidemic fueled by demand for ivory began sweeping the region and the entire continent.

    More About Wittemyer's Research

  • Leading the Way in Science Education

    Leading the Way in Science Education

    The Little Shop of Physics, an interactive traveling science program, develops creative ways to share the wonders of science with thousands of children throughout Colorado, the U.S. and abroad. Since 1991, the program has reached more than 275,000 students through in-class and online experiments.

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