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Colorado State University classes moving online March 2

In response to the global coronavirus pandemic, Colorado State University is extending its Spring Break by two days, and when classes resume on March 25, they will be delivered online


CU Bouler’s Letter to student, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19

CU Boulder’s Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano sent the following letter to students, faculty and staff March 11. Dear students, faculty and staff: The University of Colorado Boulder has faced many challenges in its nearly 150-year history. Generations of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff have worked together and supported each other. I thank you in advance for all that you have done and will do, and I ask that we show care and compassion for each other as we confront the challenges that COVID-19 poses in our community. We willRead More


The microbes in your mouth, and a reminder to floss and go to the dentist

good oral hygiene – brushing, flossing, and regular dental visits – is linked to good health


CSU, Fort Collins making impact on world via Peace Corps

Fort Collins ranks third nationally in per-capita Peace Corps volunteers


2020 Ogallala Aquifer Summit will take place March 31-April 1 in Amarillo, Texas

The 2020 Ogallala Aquifer Summit will take place in Amarillo, Texas, from March 31 to April 1


Nutrien announces $10 million long-term investment in CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences

Colorado State University and Nutrien, the world’s largest provider of crop nutrients, inputs and services, have entered into a strategic partnership with a primary goal: feeding the world in the most sustainable, inclusive and innovative way.


CSU online programs rise among nation’s best

Colorado State University’s online programs are ranked among the nation’s best in an annual report released Jan. 14 by U.S. News & World Report.


Irrigation Innovation Consortium Funds New Projects for 2020

The Irrigation Innovation Consortium, a university and industry collaboration that accelerates the development and adoption of water- and energy-efficient irrigation technology, has announced funding for seven research projects in the upcoming year, including one led by Jay Ham in the Colorado State University Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. The consortium is headquartered at CSU, and its project director is Reagan Waskom, a professor at CSU and director of the Colorado Water Center.