Announcements

Ban Alkurdi received the Schlumberger Fellowship

Ban Alkurdi, a student out of the Program in Cell and Molecular Biology, was selected for the highly competitive 2022-23 Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future Fellowship. The goal of the program is to “accelerate gender equality in STEM by […]

CSU Gold Papers Spring Edition Available

We are very excited to share the spring edition of the CSU Gold Papers! This edition includes contributions from students of the Health and Exercise Science and Biomedical Science Departments and the School of Medicine. So, the next time the […]

Doctoral candidate Yeva Aleksanyan published in the Conversation

Doctoral candidate, Yeva Aleksanyan published in the Conversation. Read the whole story at https://theconversation.com/in-countries-more-biased-against-women-higher-covid-19-death-rates-for-men-might-not-tell-an-accurate-story-175483

CSU Pass Published a Social Calendar

CSU Postdoctoral Association recently published a calendar for social events. Find the full calendar at https://graduateschool.colostate.edu/postdoctoral-fellows/ along with social media links to stay connected.

Read Winter 2022 Gold Papers

Visit the CSU Gold Papers Blog – This is a CSU flavored spinoff to a White Papers, which aims to summarize current research and perspectives in many different fields of study. Kieran Abbotts, Jessica Hill, Wenceslao Martinez, Sophie Seward, and […]

CSU Gold Papers Summer 2021 Available

Read the Summer 2021 Gold Papers from graduate students out of the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department. The Gold Papers are a CSU flavored spinoff to White Papers, which aim to summarize current research and perspectives.

Winter 2021 Gold Papers Available

Read the Winter 2021 Gold Papers from graduate students out of the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department. The Gold Papers are a CSU flavored spinoff to White Papers, which aim to summarize current research and perspectives.

Postdoctoral Scholar Izabela Ragan helps secure $3.1 million

A team of scientists at Colorado State University was awarded a base contract worth $3.1 million from the National Institutes of Health to continue development of a coronavirus vaccine candidate known as SolaVAX™. Dr. Izabela Ragan, a veterinary scientist, said […]

NY Times article mentions CSU research

A few CSU postdoctoral scholars and a graduate student were coauthors on a Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences publication mentioned in this New York Times article.

CSU art students to paint mural at Spur campus during CRUSH Walls event Sept. 14-20

Eight Colorado State University graduate students have been invited to paint a mural on a building that will become part of the future CSU System’s Spur campus, as part of this month’s CRUSH Walls, a street art festival in Denver’s River […]