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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  • Oct 10

    Summit Hall shines in sustainability thanks to students and staff

    Bloomberg Business Week (10/10/2014)

    While most "green" buildings are recognized for their sustainable design and construction, more are gaining recognition for showcasing sustainable practices in a different way -- one that involves the attitudes and behaviors of the people who use the buildings. Colorado State University's Summit Hall is one of those buildings.

  • Oct 10

    Who won gubernatorial debate? Depends who you're rooted for

    Coloradoan (10/10/2014)

    "Not really," Colorado State University political science professor Kyle Saunders said. "I think it was playbook versus playbook."

  • Oct 9

    College vets providing online presentation on equine colic

    Sterling Journal-Advocate (10/9/2014)

    Colorado State University's Veterinary Teaching Hospital will host two interactive online discussions this month to provide horse owners with information about identifying, treating and preventing equine colic -- the leading cause of premature death in horses, and one of the most common equine veterinary emergencies.

  • Oct 9

    CSU panel on climate change and water

    Coloradoan (10/9/2014)

    Colorado State University will host a panel on Oct. 15 to discuss climate change's impacts on water availability.

  • Oct 9

    CSU receiver living up to 'Hollywood' nickname

    Coloradoan (10/9/2014)

    The CSU receiver has been trying to live up to the name ever since.

  • Oct 9

    Green culture earns Colorado State University building LEED Gold certification

    Denver Business Journal (10/9/2014)

    A dining and housing building at Colorado State University has been awarded LEED certification for its sustainability practices and renovation practices, the Fort Collins school announced Thursday.

  • Oct 9

    High school students to visit Colorado State University

    Collegian (10/9/2014)

    On Friday, about 1,300 prospective Colorado State University students are expected on campus for Explore CSU.

  • Oct 8

    Colorado colleges get double the help to improve student success

    Denver Business Journal (10/8/2014)

    The seven programs selected for Colorado Completes! by the CDHE are: Aims Community College (Catalyst second semester program), Oct. 22.; Community College of Aurora (Student Success Center), Oct. 14.; Colorado State University in Fort Collins (Key Communities), Oct. 8...

  • Oct 8

    Hickenlooper, Beauprez face off on Ch. 20, 9NEWS.com

    Channel 9 News (10/8/2014)

    9NEWS anchor Kyle Clark and 9NEWS political reporter Brandon Rittiman will moderate the debate, which will happen on campus at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.

  • Oct 8

    Soapbox: CSU says Stephenson column about riots unfair

    Coloradoan (10/8/2014)

    Soapbox response by Scott Harris, chief of the CSU Police Department; Blanche Hughes, vice president for student affairs; and Samantha Guinn, the Associated Students of CSU president.

  • Oct 7

    Bats Surveyed In Anticipation Of Fungal Disease

    CBS4 News Denver (10/7/2014)

    Colorado State University and Colorado Parks and Wildlife researchers have been trapping and tagging bats in anticipation of the arrival of the fungus, which has killed millions of bats since it was identified in New York in 2006.

  • Oct 7

    Colorado State faculty help fund Animal Sciences project

    Cattle network (10/7/2014)

    Colorado State University's College of Agricultural Sciences is getting a helping hand from two of its animal sciences professors.

  • Oct 7

    Colorado State to name street after Amy Van Dyken

    Denver Post (10/7/2014)

    Colorado State University Monday announced that a street on campus will be named after Olympic champion swimmer Amy Van Dyken.

  • Oct 7

    CSU presents 'The Glass Menagerie'

    Coloradoan (10/7/2014)

    Colorado State University presents Tennessee Williams' tale of forgiveness and the power of memory, "The Glass Menagerie," beginning Thursday, Oct. 9.

  • Oct 7

    Replicating New York's Bagels? The Secret Is in the Tap Water

    New York Observer (10/7/2014)

    The method should work. Dr. Jim Self of Colorado State University said the water in Denver vs. New York is already similar. "The pH is slightly more acidic, whereas Denver water tends to be more alkaline, but it’s not by much," he said.

  • Oct 6

    Colorado State University presents "Visions of Future Earth"

    Collegian (10/6/2014)

    Beginning Monday Colorado State University will host its fifth campus-wide International Colloquium at the Lory Student Center.

  • Oct 6

    Colorado State University showcases student success Oct. 8

    Bloomberg Business Week (10/6/2014)

    Colorado State University has been focused on helping students meet these challenges since 1998 with programs such as Key Communities, and has a wealth of data to demonstrate its success.

  • Oct 6

    Colorado State University to Honor Swimming Legend Amy Van Dyken

    Cherry Creek News (10/6/2014)

    "I admired Amy when she won her gold medals, but watching her meet this challenge has been more than inspiring -- it's taken my breath away," CSU President Tony Frank said of Van Dyken's response to her injury. "Her grace, perseverance and strength are simply remarkable. She is a true champion in every sense of the word, and we're so proud we can welcome her back to campus to honor her at this year's Homecoming. I can't think of a better ambassador for CSU, for the Rams -- for courage."

  • Oct 6

    CSU president's letter on options for on-campus stadium

    Denver Post (10/6/2014)

    Colorado State University president Tony Frank on Monday emailed members of two committees involved with the ongoing study of the on-campus stadium debate, summarizing the four options he outlined recently for the CSU system's board of governors.

  • Oct 6

    CSU researcher tackles livestock pregnancy and BVDV infection

    Drovers (10/6/2014)

    "Dr. Hansen has emerged as the leader in maternal recognition of pregnancy in ruminants," CSU Distinguished Professor Emeritus George Seidel, an eminent reproductive scientist, wrote in an award-nomination letter. "His seminal discoveries have advanced our basic understanding of the mechanisms involved in embryo recognition by the mother, and also have provided new diagnostic tools to identify problems that limit reproductive efficiency."

  • Oct 6

    CSU to name campus street after Amy Van Dyken-Rouen

    Coloradoan (10/6/2014)

    Inspired by her determination to overcome her injury, Colorado State University announced Monday, Oct. 6, that West Drive -- which runs through the heart of campus -- will be renamed Amy Van Dyken Way on Oct. 17. The Ram legend also will serve as the grandmaster of the homecoming parade.

  • Oct 6

    Deedra Foss named Mountain West Player of the Week

    Coloradoan (10/6/2014)

    Foss led Colorado State University to a 2-0 record last week with wins over UNLV and San Diego State.

  • Oct 6

    High Rates of Suicide, Depression Linked to Farmer Use of Pesticides

    Scientific American (10/6/2014)

    "For years there was a high level of denial in the farming community that mental illness exists, period," said Lorann Stallones, an epidemiologist and psychology professor at Colorado State University. "But there’s been a shift -- partly because there's more people talking about being mentally incapacitated."

  • Oct 5

    Broomfield Enterprise gardening Oct. 5: Become a master gardener

    Broomfield Enterprise (10/5/2014)

    The classes are Wednesdays beginning Jan. 21 and are taught by Colorado State University professors and Extension professionals.

  • Oct 5

    CSU celebrates progress retaining at-risk students

    Coloradoan (10/5/2014)

    Retention of new students at CSU has increased 4 percentage points since the university restructured the first-year experience as part of a program to retain and graduate more students who are first-generation, minority or low-income.

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