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 […]

Grad students helped launch Fostering Success 10 years ago

Graduate students played a role in the creation of the Fostering Success Program at CSU, a donor-supported initiative that has helped thousands of students from foster care and independent backgrounds navigate college since its founding a decade ago. Read the full […]

Volunteers of the Month Summer 2020

The 2020 Summer Volunteers of the Month are… Reid Anderson! Congratulations, Reid! On top of starting his own business and working to support himself, Reid selflessly volunteers every week for the Fort Collins Delivery Network and Net Impact CSU. Reid […]

Urgent CSU International Student Health Insurance enrollment change

International students received an important email from the Graduate School on July 20, 2020. For the full information, please check your email for the subject line Urgent CSU International Student Health Insurance enrollment change.  

GSC Statement on Social Unrest, Racism, and Inequality

Dear Fellow Graduate Students, At CSU we are part of a community that extends beyond our campus. This community is suffering at the hands of unchecked racism, sexism, and homophobia spreading fear and pain. The recent deaths of George Floyd, […]

Grad School Statement on Social Unrest, Racism, and Inequality

Hello Graduate Students, Post-doctorates, Faculty and Staff, We have recently witnessed a number of events that have emphasized the realities of racism deeply engrained in our society. Most recently, appalling murders add to a long list of violent injustices against […]

Postdoctoral Scholar led published CSU research on COVID-19

As appearing in | May, 2020 | By Mary Guiden Using riboflavin, UV light in specialized device reduces SARS-CoV-2 pathogens in plasma, whole blood Scientists do not yet know if Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, or SARS-CoV-2 – the […]

Emily Gallichotte Addresses Can Coronavirus Be Transmitted Through Mosquito Bites?

Emily Gallichotte answered CBSN Denver questions about whether mosquito bites can transmit COVID-19. Gallichotte is a postdoctoral scholar with Colorado State University’s Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology. Read more and see the clip at