CSU in the News

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  • Jan 23

    San Diego State set standard CSU strives to reach

    Coloradoan (1/23/2015)

    Larry Eustachy doesn't have any tricks up his sleeve. The CSU men's basketball coach knows what it will take to build his program into a consistent winner, as he did previously at Idaho, Utah State, Iowa State and Southern Mississippi.

  • Jan 23

    State scuttles proposed college tuition cap

    Coloradoan (1/23/2015)

    CSU students will pay $7,868 for in-state tuition on a 12-credit-hour course load in 2015.

  • Jan 23

    To find gas leaks, CSU team Googles it

    BizWest (1/23/2015)

    For Colorado State University biology professor Joe von Fischer, work is a gas. Methane gas, to be exact.

  • Jan 22

    Stephens: Broncos hiring Kubiak benefits CSU football

    Coloradoan (1/22/2015)

    From 2008-2011, four former Colorado State University stars played for Houston (a lot for a college program not consider a juggernaut) and Texans who didn't attend college in Fort Collins weren't too fond of this new-found pipeline.

  • Jan 21

    CSU grad's animated short 'The Dam Keeper' up for an Oscar

    Colorado Public Radio (1/21/2015)

    The 30-year-old filmmaker, a 2007 journalism graduate of Fort Collins' Colorado State University, produced the animated short “The Dam Keeper,” which is one of five films nominated last week for an Academy Award in the “Best Short Film (Animated)” category.

  • Jan 21

    CSU launches study to prevent health woes at dairy farms

    Denver Post (1/21/2015)

    That led Colorado State University's High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Health and Safety to launch a three-year, $900,000 study of the health risks at dairy farms and what can be done to protect workers.

  • Jan 20

    CSU grad produces Oscar-nominated animated short

    Coloradoan (1/20/2015)

    Ramsay, a CSU graduate and Fort Collins native, was a producer for the "The Dam Keeper," an animated short film that's up against four others in the best short film (animated) category at the 87th Academy Awards.

  • Jan 20

    CSU grad produces Oscar-nominated animated short

    Coloradoan (1/20/2015)

    Ramsay, a CSU graduate and Fort Collins native, was a producer for the "The Dam Keeper," an animated short film that's up against four others in the best short film (animated) category at the 87th Academy Awards.

  • Jan 20

    Device Allows Hearing Impaired to 'Listen' With Tongue

    NBC News (1/20/2015)

    Colorado State University researchers are developing a cost-effective device that would help the hearing impaired using impulses relayed through their tongues.

  • Jan 20

    Electric vehicle research, education and interaction on the rise at Colorado State University

    Collegian (1/20/2015)

    Electric vehicles have gained the support of the Colorado State University community through promotion of greener transportation around Northern Colorado.

  • Jan 20

    MLK celebration unites Fort Collins community in equality

    Collegian (1/20/2015)

    Hundreds of Fort Collins residents and members of the Colorado State University community marched through Old Town on Monday morning to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Jan 20

    Younger, trendier face of farming still struggling

    Coloradoan (1/20/2015)

    "There used to be a stigma of being from agriculture," said Nancy Irlbeck, director of Colorado State University's master's program in agriculture. "However, in the last few years there seems to have been a shift."

  • Jan 19

    CSU lands $2.25M grant to study ag’s influence on ‘superbugs’

    Northern Colorado Business Report (1/19/2015)

    Colorado State University scientists will use a $2.25 million federal grant to investigate antibiotic use in animals processed for food and its effect on antibiotic resistance in people.

  • Jan 19

    CSU to break ground on stadium this summer

    Coloradoan (1/19/2015)

    CSU plans to begin construction of its controversial new on-campus stadium this summer so it can be open in time for the 2017 football season.

  • Jan 19

    The Progressive Case for Reducing Immigration

    Chronicle of Higher Education (1/19/2015)

    Philip Cafaro is a professor of philosophy and an affiliated faculty member in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University at Fort Collins.

  • Jan 16

    Using the tongue to hear could soon be possible

    USA Today (1/16/2015)

    A state-of-the-art device is under development at Colorado State University that would allow the hearing impaired to process sound through their tongue.

  • Jan 15

    BizWest to host 2015 Economic Forecast luncheon at UNC

    BizWest (1/15/2015)

    This year's panel includes regional economist Dr. Martin Shields of Colorado State University, who will address the national and regional economy along with banking, finance and energy development.

  • Jan 15

    Blue Ocean challenge extends deadline

    Coloradoan (1/15/2015)

    The Colorado State University Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge has extended its deadline to compete for $250,000 to Jan. 30.

  • Jan 15

    CSU basketball sets MW record in 98-42 win over Nevada

    Coloradoan (1/15/2015)

    Nobody saw this coming. Not even coach Larry Eustachy, who has been talking all year long about how good his CSU men's basketball team can become this season.

  • Jan 15

    CSU professors help disabled farmers and ranchers

    High Plains Journal (1/15/2015)

    Two Colorado State University professors will continue assisting those who are responsible for feeding millions of Americans every year work through their disabilities and run successful agricultural operations.

  • Jan 15

    Goya exhibit that's drawn fire heads to CSU

    Coloradoan (1/15/2015)

    An exhibit of renowned Spanish artist Francisco de Goya that's traveled the country, and raised criticisms over its authenticity, will open at Colorado State University's University Art Museum on Jan. 24.

  • Jan 15

    Hickenlooper's State of the State speech calls for new look at TABOR

    Denver Post (1/15/2015)

    "The governor is right that there are pressing needs, that existing fiscal policies are dysfunctional and that there is 'no margin in making enemies,' " said Colorado State University political expert John Straayer, invoking parts of the governor's inaugural address Tuesday. "But it may well take a magician to put this puzzle together."

  • Jan 15

    How to be successful making behavioral changes with pets

    Coloradoan (1/15/2015)

    Dr. Jennie Willis is an instructor of animal behavior at Colorado State University and consults with people and their pets to improve problem behaviors.

  • Jan 15

    New CSU device may help hearing impaired

    Coloradoan (1/15/2015)

    In a lab at Colorado State University, scientists are working on a state-of-the-art device that would allow the hearing impaired to process sound through their tongues.

  • Jan 15

    Red alert: The world's economy is on fire

    Channel 9 News (1/15/2015)

    Dr. Martin Shields is the director of the Regional Economic Institute at Colorado State University.

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