Irene Vernon’s record of service to underrepresented groups has made an enduring mark on campus.
A CSU program shows that attending the symphony reverses cognitive decline in people with dementia.
Formed in 1901, CSU’s marching band is the longest-standing tradition, and has maintained it’s mission to represent the University, support our athletic teams, and entertain fans.
“I love to bring people into the room who think they are so different from each other. Those are the starting points to work from to make the world a better place.”
CSU’s Public Lands History Center has received new support that will allow it to partner with the National Park Service on an expanded number of large, complex research projects.
Dr. Bernard Rollin examines the ethics of euthanizing pets.
In 2016, CSU has hosted two Pulitzer Prize-winning poets, one national award winner for nonfiction, and an award winning English department alumnus.