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.

  • Oct 29

    Student housing done right -- in Colo.

    Arizona Daily Sun (10/29/2014)

    Fort Collins Neighborhood Services Manager Beth Sowder enthralled local government officials and residents attending the Community Conversation on Student Housing on Monday with how her city had partnered with Colorado State University to handle the student housing problem in their community.

  • Oct 28

    Arrest made in the Oct. 9 punching of a preacher

    Collegian (10/28/2014)

    Colorado State University police have arrested and charged Kenneth Dominguez Valencia with third-degree assault in connection with the Oct. 9 punching of a preacher on the Lory Student Center Plaza, according to a police report.

  • Oct 28

    CSU center to assist in Ebola vaccine development and manufacturing

    Chaffee County Times (10/28/2014)

    Colorado State University's Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing and Academic Resource Center (BioMARC) has been awarded $2 million by the U.S. Department of Defense to aid in development and manufacturing of a vaccine to protect against infection by filoviruses, including the Ebola and Marburg viruses.

  • Oct 28

    CSU working on vaccine to treat and battle Ebola

    Channel 9 News (10/28/2014)

    Researchers at Colorado State University have been awarded $2 million to help design a vaccine to protect people from the Ebola virus.

  • Oct 28

    How Concerned Should Coloradans Be About Voter Fraud?

    KUNC radio (10/28/2014)

    Colorado State University Political Science professor Kyle Saunders said voter fraud is possible in any system, mail or otherwise. But there's no reason to suggest that a mail ballot is inherently flawed.

  • Oct 28

    Mary Robinson speaks about women and climate change

    Collegian (10/28/2014)

    Mary Robinson, United Nations special envoy for climate change and former Irish President, spoke Monday night on the importance of climate justice.

  • Oct 27

    Colorado State in select company with just one loss

    Coloradoan (10/27/2014)

    "We're going into November as a one-loss team," McElwain said Monday at his weekly news conference. "I don't know the number, but I can't imagine there's a ton of them out there."

  • Oct 27

    Colorado State University Gets $2 Million To Work On Ebola Vaccine

    CBS4 News Denver (10/27/2014)

    Center director Dennis Pierro says researchers will not use a live virus in their work. "You just need certain proteins from that virus that the body will recognize and produce antibodies against," he said.

  • Oct 27

    Colorado State University gets $2M from Defense Dept. to develop Ebola vaccine for soldiers

    Greenfield, Indiana Daily Reporter (10/27/2014)

    Researchers at Colorado State University have been picked to help develop a vaccine to prevent people from being infected by Ebola.

  • Oct 27

    CSU Lab Tapped To Help Develop Ebola Vaccine

    KUNC radio (10/27/2014)

    "Our role is to take their lead candidate vaccines, then manufacture them for analysis in preparation for clinical trials," said BioMARC Director Dennis Pierro. "Then if the analysis goes well, we’ll roll that into production for clinical trials."

  • Oct 27

    CSU wins $2 million Pentagon contract to develop Ebola vaccine

    Denver Post (10/27/2014)

    "The reason why CSU was chosen as the best place to carry this out is because of the infectious disease infrastructure we have plus the investment BioMARC has made in infectious disease research," Pierro said. "We have been inspected by the FDA and passed, so that sets us apart from other universities or facilities."

  • Oct 27

    Distinct agendas, riddled with holes, in Colorado governor's race

    Denver Post (10/27/2014)

    "I haven't heard a whole lot of specifics from either one of them," said John Straayer, a Colorado State University political science professor.

  • Oct 27

    Distinguished Author reception for Lori Peek sponsored by CSU's School of Global Environmental Sustainability

    Bloomberg Business Week (10/27/2014)

    Meet Lori Peek, editor of Displaced: Life in the Katrina Diaspora at CSU's School of Global Environmental Sustainability Distinguished Author Reception, Oct. 28, 4--6 p.m., 108 Johnson Hall on the Colorado State University campus.

  • Oct 27

    Ex-Irish President Mary Robinson To Speak At CSU

    CBS4 News Denver (10/27/2014)

    Former Irish president Mary Robinson is visiting Colorado to speak about climate change.

  • Oct 27

    Ex-Irish president Mary Robinson to speak at CSU

    San Francisco Chronicle (10/27/2014)

    Robinson, the United Nations' special envoy for climate change, is scheduled to speak Monday evening at Colorado State University about the connection between climate change, human rights and development.

  • Oct 27

    Trout population hit hard by flood restoration

    Coloradoan (10/27/2014)

    A healthy fish habitat also makes a river its own natural water treatment plant, where microbes work to break down potentially harmful levels of nitrogen, phosphorous and carbon, said Ellen Wohl, a geomorphologist with Colorado State University.

  • Oct 26

    Colorado State moves up in latest AP, USA Today polls

    Denver Post (10/26/2014)

    In the wake of its 45-31 victory over Wyoming Saturday night, the Colorado State Rams have picked up enough votes in the new USA Today/coaches poll to be listed second among “others getting votes” — meaning they’d be 27th if the rankings were extended. (I went to CU, but I think I have the math right.)

  • Oct 26

    How Loneliness Can Affect Your Health

    ABC News (national) (10/26/2014)

    One 2009 Colorado State University study found that the more positive social interactions people with depression had, the more improvement in symptoms they experienced.

  • Oct 26

    Many help veterans return to work

    Loveland Reporter-Herald (10/26/2014)

    "We're constantly going to veterans job fairs," said Chris Mullen, assistant director with the employment team at Colorado State University. "They offer some great leadership skills. Many people think CSU is just about going to school but we're like our own little city where we have a lot of job opportunities."

  • Oct 26

    SOGLBT fall Drag Show brings crowds to LSC Theatre

    Collegian (10/26/2014)

    Colorado State University is a campus that likes to show its pride.

  • Oct 25

    3 Halloween organ concerts on Oct. 31 on CSU campus

    Denver Post (10/25/2014)

    Guest musicians will join Colorado State University students and faculty members for its ninth annual Halloween Organ Concert on Oct. 31.

  • Oct 25

    Grayson's 5 TDs key CSU's 45-31 win over Wyoming

    USA Today (10/25/2014)

    Garrett Grayson threw for five touchdowns, pushing his career total to a school record 53, and Colorado State beat Wyoming 45-31 Saturday night for its sixth straight win.

  • Oct 25

    Inform yourself before GMO labeling decision

    Coloradoan (10/25/2014)

    According to Dr. Patrick Byrne, a professor in CSU’s Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, crops most commonly engineered in Colorado include corn, alfalfa and sugar beets, as well as soybeans and canola. Nationwide, cotton is another major engineered crop.

  • Oct 25

    Security Sentinels

    Examiner (10/25/2014)

    Synthetic Biologists from Colorado State University are genetically engineering plants to be used as drug and bomb detectors.

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