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

Executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education Promotes Opportunities for Students

Angie Paccione, who earned a Ph.D. in education and human resource studies at CSU, is head of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. During the pandemic, she is problem-solving around the clock to support colleges, universities, and their students. Read […]

DOE’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program Awarded to Bridget McGivern


ETD Open Labs alternatives Summer 2020

While in-person Electronic Thesis or Dissertation Open Labs have been canceled for Summer 2020, the Graduate School is still available to provide remote formatting reviews of Electronic Thesis and Dissertation PDFs.   We will provide one preliminary review of documents submitted […]

Grad student Casey Setash discusses COVID-19 impact on long term data collection

“Ecologists like me often measure a field season by the numbers: 40 birds captured, 85 nest plots searched, three times when the truck got stuck. This year we’re thinking about Colorado’s coronavirus case count.” – Casey Setash Read the full […]

Graduate students and postdocs contribute to CSU’s Nature Index ranking

“The Nature Index reflects the efforts of the Department of Atmospheric Science, multiple teams in the Warner College of Natural Resources, and numerous other Earth and environmental science research efforts across the university,” said CSU Provost Rick Miranda. “I am […]