The ceremony was delayed, but construction is underway on the new Spur campus. It will be like none other in Colorado: focused on collaborative research and public education about food, water, and health.
Inside the bat cave
Published May 18, 2020
First of three special issues focused on COVID-19 response and recovery
She was working overseas on a One Health research project when our One Health crisis intervened. The experience gave this University Distinguished Professor new insights into infectious disease research.
Ensuring opportunities for students tops the priority list for Angie Paccione, CSU alumna and head of the state Department of Higher Education. She knows the importance first-hand, as a biracial woman from the South Bronx.
Just how deep does infectious disease research run at Colorado State University? To 1901 – the early years. That’s when Dr. George Glover, founder of CSU’s veterinary program, took on bovine tuberculosis.
The magazine’s editor outlines three special issues focused on COVID-19 response and recovery.
Tony Frank, chancellor of the CSU System, describes our spirit of determination in a personal letter.
Joyce McConnell, president of CSU, affirms the land-grant mission and its most important asset: people.
Timothy Mottet, president of CSU Pueblo, sees the timeliness of a recently formed strategic plan.
Becky Takeda-Tinker, president of CSU Global, describes leadership in asynchronous, online education.