CSU in the News

The success and expertise of Colorado State University, its programs and its people are highlighted in hundreds of newspaper, magazine, television, radio and electronic media stories each month by local, regional, national and international news organizations. Following is a sample of news stories from the past few days.


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  • Sep 9

    Several Colorado universities land a spot on Best Colleges ranking

    Denver Business Journal (9/9/2914)

    Colorado State University (CSU) came in at No. 58 on the Public Schools list and landed a No. 121 spot on the national rankings list of all schools.

  • Jul 2

    CSU football season-ticket sales at 5-year high

    Coloradoan (7/2/2015)

    Fort Collins residents have voiced the most opposition to an on-campus stadium, but they're also the most dedicated supporters of CSU football.

  • Jul 2

    Want A Better Bike Helmet? Fort Collins’ Incubators Are Shepherding One Along

    KUNC radio (7/2/2015)

    Later, Fort Collins came calling and the Colorado State University graduate enrolled in the university’s Venture Accelerator, a program tailored to help him take an idea and transform it into a business.

  • Jul 1

    CSU football turns boy with cerebral palsy into Spider-Man

    Coloradoan (7/1/2015)

    Because Tuesday, Dawson became Spider-Man and the Indoor Practice Facility at Colorado State University was his New York City.

  • Jul 1

    Freshman orientation allows incoming students to learn about Colorado State University

    Collegian (7/1/2015)

    For many new students, first-year orientation is the first chance to experience Colorado State University as a Ram. Incoming freshmen have the chance to learn about CSU’s history and traditions, as well as to explore campus and participate in activities.

  • Jul 1

    Klotzbach-Gray hold firm on hurricane outlook

    Orlando Sentinel (7/1/2015)

    Phil Klotzbach and Bill Gray are standing pat on their call for a slower-than-normal season with eight named storms, including three hurricanes – one intense. That's what the two Colorado State University climatologists predicted in June.

  • Jul 1

    Last Ditch effort

    Colorado Springs Independent (7/1/2015)

    Some farmers believe that the deals threaten agriculture, rather than protect it, says MaryLou Smith, policy specialist at Colorado State University's Colorado Water Institute.

  • Jul 1

    Think Fireflies Can’t Be Found In Colorado? Think Again

    KUNC radio (7/1/2015)

    “Probably a lot of people have never seen fireflies if they grew up in Colorado,” said Whitney Cranshaw, a Colorado State University entomologist. “Fireflies are always here. The issue is we don’t have a lot of fireflies.”

  • Jul 1

    Wheelchair invention inspired by personal experience

    Channel 9 News (7/1/2015)

    John Morris is a 28-year-old economics graduate from Colorado State University who has invented a new suspension system for wheelchairs — because he uses one.

  • Jun 30

    Startups make pitch on a Fort Collins trolley

    Denver Post (6/30/2015)

    The Trolley Pitch event was organized by Colorado State University and sponsored by Blue Ocean Enterprises, the investing and management arm of OtterBox founder Curt Richardson and his wife, Nancy.

  • Jun 30

    Video explains why 'soils are living'

    Farm Futures (6/30/2015)

    According to July's IYS monthly leader Mary Stromberger, a soil scientist at Colorado State University, "soil is a living, dynamic natural resource. It helps us sustain life—but it doesn't do its job alone. The biodiversity of life in soil is critical to a healthy world."

  • Jun 29

    CSU veterinary professors build booming startup

    USA Today College (6/29/2015)

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  • Jun 29

    Smithsonian Recognizes Fort Collins As A 'Place Of Invention'

    KUNC radio (6/29/2015)

    Fort Collins’ portion of the exhibit will highlight local companies including New Belgium Brewing and VanDyne SuperTurbo, as well as clean-energy innovations that have been developed at Colorado State University.

  • Jun 28

    CSU stadium moves slower than similar projects

    Coloradoan (6/28/2015)

    At Colorado State University, the process has lasted more than three years, with final construction plans still being worked out as site clearing and utility work begins.

  • Jun 27

    Supreme Court rules on marriage equality, Colorado reacts

    Collegian (6/27/2015)

    On the Colorado State University campus, LGBT leaders shared their reactions.

  • Jun 26

    Colorado Garden to-do list: Check on trees and shrubs

    Denver Post (6/26/2015)

    Colorado State University Extension has outstanding fact sheets on pruning all types of shrubs, including evergreens, at www.cmg.colostate.edu/pubs/Trees.html#Pruning

  • Jun 26

    Colorado State football coaches learn new surroundings

    Loveland Reporter-Herald (6/26/2015)

    While the players spent the spring — and will do so again this summer — learning the new systems put in place by Mike Bobo's staff at Colorado State, the coaches have their own study plans.

  • Jun 26

    Colorado State University prof lives entrepreneurship

    Coloradoan (6/26/2015)

    Dawn DeTienne, associate professor in the department of management in the CSU College of Business, is the subject for this month’s installment of meet the professor from Colorado State University.

  • Jun 26

    Inside The World’s Largest Food Company You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

    KUNC radio (6/26/2015)

    “One thing that I often hear from producers and especially ranchers is that concentration in the meatpacking industry is pinching them,” says Michael Carolan, a Colorado State University sociologist who studies food systems.

  • Jun 25

    In China, stomachs turn at news of 40-year-old meat peddled by traders

    Today (6/25/2015)

    Dr Bob Delmore, an expert on meat science at Colorado State University, said that although it was technically possible for meat to last that long frozen, it would be covered by "a tremendous amount of freezer burn" as the product lost moisture and the flesh degraded, which occurs even below 32 degrees. But once it began to thaw, a consumer would immediately know something was wrong.

  • Jun 24

    Casey Malone still pursuing perfect throw in discus

    Coloradoan (6/24/2015)

    It’s what keeps the two-time Olympian and former CSU All-American going. It’s why he’s still competing at the highest level of his sport long after most of his contemporaries have stepped out of the ring.

  • Jun 24

    CSU hosts leadership session for Hispanic students

    Channel 9 News (6/24/2015)

    Every year, the National Hispanic Institute puts on the Lorenzo de Zavala Youth Legislative Session at Colorado State University.

  • Jun 24

    CSU offers free solar and wind energy assessments

    Sterling Journal-Advocate (6/24/2015)

    Colorado State University's Rural Energy Center is offering free solar and wind energy assessments that provide producers with estimated system sizes, costs, savings, and other information needed to decide whether investing in a renewable energy system is a sound investment.

  • Jun 24

    In China, Stomachs Turn at News of 40-Year-Old Meat Peddled by Traders

    New York Times (6/24/2015)

    Bob Delmore, an expert on meat science at Colorado State University, said that although it was possible for meat to last that long frozen, it would be covered by “a tremendous amount of freezer burn” as the product lost moisture and the flesh degraded. But once it began to thaw, a consumer would immediately know something was wrong. “The dead giveaway would be the odor and the taste,” he said.

  • Jun 24

    National Science Foundation aims to change undergrad engineering, computer science

    USA Today College (6/24/2015)

    Colorado State University’s department of electrical and computer engineering was also awarded NSF funding. Riley finds CSU’s particular program particularly fascinating because of how it changes the role between faculty and students.

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