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.

  • Jan 30

    16 diverse startups at Galvanize pitch cool tech

    Denver Post (1/30/2015)

    Another winner was Parkifi, which isn't getting a spot on the Google Trip but it's getting fast-tracked to pitch at another competition in Fort Collins called CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge.

  • Jan 29

    Colorado Garden and Home Show offers a taste of spring in Denver

    Boulder Daily Camera (1/29/2015)

    Look for the Colorado State University Extension booth with the theme "Solutions for common landscape problems in Colorado."

  • Jan 29

    CSU Extension to host ag workshop Feb. 11

    Craig Daily Press (1/29/2015)

    Colorado State University Extension, through a grant from USDA, is offering the Leaving a Lasting Legacy workshop to Northwest Colorado agriculture families from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 11 at Routt County Courthouse's Board of County Commissioners meeting room in Steamboat Springs.

  • Jan 29

    CSU eyes tuition 6 percent hike for next school year

    Coloradoan (1/29/2015)

    Colorado State University is projecting the next school year will bring a 6 percent tuition hike, to $8,340 per year, for Colorado residents.

  • Jan 29

    CSU given $3M home for president

    Channel 9 News (1/29/2015)

    A house on Magnolia Street, three blocks from the Oval, was recently sold to the university at half of its appraised value to serve as an honorary President's House, CSU President Tony Frank said in an email sent to the campus Tuesday afternoon.

  • Jan 29

    Donations help mend a puppy's heart

    Durango Herald (1/29/2015)

    Dog lovers donated about $4,650 for Sugar's life-saving heart surgery, which was completed Tuesday at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.

  • Jan 29

    Gallery: Lory Student Center grand re-opening

    Coloradoan (1/29/2015)

    The CSU community celebrates the grand opening and student appreciation day for the newly renovated Lory Student Center on Wednesday.

  • Jan 29

    Tiger census

    The Telegraph (India) (1/29/2015)

    Karanth said other experts who have at various times questioned the double-sampling methodology include David Anderson, at the Colorado State University, James Nichols, at the US Geological Service, and Mohan Delampady at the Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore.

  • Jan 28

    Colorado State University offers study abroad programs cheaper than in-state tuition

    Collegian (1/28/2015)

    Studying abroad through certain programs at Colorado State University can actually be cheaper than a semester of in-state tuition.

  • Jan 28

    Legislative committee OKs bond sale for CSU stadium

    Coloradoan (1/28/2015)

    CSU's two-year list of cash projects, including a plan to borrow $220 million to build an on-campus stadium, were approved Tuesday by a legislative committee.

  • Jan 27

    CSU celebrates Lory Student Center re-dedication

    Coloradoan (1/27/2015)

    Colorado State University is celebrating its recently improved Lory Student Center with a host of activities this week.

  • Jan 27

    CSU recognized by National Hispanic Institute

    Coloradoan (1/27/2015)

    "We deeply appreciate NHI's recognition of our commitment to fostering educational success of Latino students," said Oscar Felix, executive director of CSU's Access Center, in the release.

  • Jan 27

    National Hispanic Institute names CSU University of the Year

    BizWest (1/27/2015)

    The university, the only state-supported institution identified to work with the National Hispanic Institute, was recognized for hosting the Lorenzo de Zavala Youth Legislative Session each summer in addition to promoting participation through the Alliance Program and other partnership activities.

  • Jan 26

    Frei: Avila-led Rams roaring in men's basketball too

    Denver Post (1/26/2015)

    Colorado State's students were back on campus. Moby Arena was sold out Saturday night and packed, and most in the seats had heeded the "White Out" wardrobe suggestion.

  • Jan 26

    Hamad bin Khalifa University and Partners Host Graduate Students from Colorado State University

    Zawya (1/26/2015)

    Blanche Hughes, Vice President of Student Affairs at Colorado State University, spoke about his experience with the initiative: "Colorado State University values our partnership and relationships with staff members at HBKU and the branch campuses.

  • Jan 25

    Beef cattle welfare discussed

    Bent County Democrat (1/25/2015)

    "In reality, a lot of it is not science-based," said Jason Ahola, a beef production specialist at Colorado State University speaking at the Tri-State Cow-Calf Symposium in Yuma.

  • Jan 25

    Cities may be leaking more heat-trapping methane than previously thought

    Alaska Dispatch (1/25/2015)

    But "people haven't paid as much attention to what happens after natural gas is produced and it is distributed and used," says A.R. Ravishankara, an atmospheric chemist at Colorado State University in Fort Collins and former head of the chemical sciences division at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Earth Systems Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colo.

  • Jan 25

    Using a 'Micro' Scope to Diagnose Equine Stifle Problems

    The Horse (1/25/2015)

    “One way that ‘needle’ arthroscopes can be used is to diagnose stifle problems,” said David Frisbie, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, ACVSMR, a professor of equine surgery at Colorado State University’s Equine Orthopaedic Research Center, who recently completed a study on the topic.

  • Jan 24

    Bug off: Beware of stowaways

    Pueblo Chieftain (1/24/2015)

    Your local U.S. or Colorado State Forest Service office is your best resource for information about the location of specific insect outbreaks and Colorado State University Extension can assist with diagnosing landscape tree insects.

  • Jan 24

    CSU on-campus stadium could loom large in city election

    Coloradoan (1/24/2015)

    Pending approval of a financing plan for its construction, the on-campus stadium at Colorado State University is a go.

  • Jan 24

    Elm pest develops resistance to pesticide widely used to treat it

    Denver Post (1/24/2015)

    "This is nothing to be happy about," Colorado State University entomology professor Whitney Cranshaw told about 200 people Wednesday at ProGreen Expo, a major annual horticultural trade show and education session in Denver.

  • Jan 24

    Terrifying time loop: The man trapped in constant deja vu

    BBC (1/24/2015)

    Another theory, developed by Professor Anne Cleary at Colorado State University, is that deja vu is the natural result of seeing something genuinely familiar in our surroundings - such as the shape of a structure, or the layout of a room - sparking a false memory.

  • Jan 23

    CSU researchers investigate dangerous MERS virus

    Collegian (1/23/2015)

    A group of Colorado State University researchers are looking into ways to slow the spread of the potentially fatal Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome virus.

  • Jan 23

    Hickenlooper huddles with prime ministers, CEOs in Switzerland: interview

    Denver Business Journal (1/23/2015)

    So, the governor pitched the idea that it could partner with Colorado State University on some of the water-efficiency and crop-strain studies it wants to do.

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