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CSU professor Colleen Webb joins Graduate School leadership

Colleen Webb, a longtime professor, researcher, and mentor to students at CSU, has stepped into a new leadership role as the associate dean of the Graduate School.

Summertime Standouts 2019

CSU students made an impact this summer around the globe, across the country, and even close to home.

CSU doctoral student receives MLK Scholarship for service

Vanessa Vosteen, a doctoral student in counseling psychology, has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship for her commitment to underrepresented student education.

NSF Graduate Research Fellowships awarded to CSU students

Seven Colorado State University students are the recipients of prestigious Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation.

Scenes from Commencement Spring 2019

Spring Commencement ceremonies kicked off Friday with friends and families from near and far.

2019 Spring Commencement set for May 17-19

Ceremonies and speakers celebrate accomplishments of more than 4,400 CSU graduates.

CSU Speaks: Where science meets community

CSU researchers will talk about their awesome work at New Belgium Brewery on April 27 from noon to 6 p.m.

CSU graduate students win regional awards for research

The Western Association of Graduate Schools recently recognized two Colorado State University graduate students as exceptional researchers during the organization’s annual membership conference.

3 minute challenge winners become 2019-20 research fellows

Each winner receives $4,000 in scholarship and travel support.

CSU to host leadership session for women in higher education

The third session of the 2018-19 Academic Management Institute will be held on campus on Jan. 25.

2018: CSU’s Year in Review

A look back at the year gone by through SOURCE stories.

Mary Stromberger new Dean of the Graduate School

Stromberger, who has served as associate dean of the school since January 2017, will assume her new position at the first of the year.

GradShow winners represent colleges, schools, programs throughout CSU

The GradShow awards recognize excellence in research, creativity and entrepreneurship in a variety of categories. 

Marine veteran alum found a home at CSU

Despite being based more than 1,100 miles away, Marine veteran Percy Walker found a home – and success – at CSU.

Graduate Student Showcase continues tradition of research, creativity, entrepreneurship Nov. 13

More than 360 graduate students from more than 40 departments are coming together for a day of creativity, research and entrepreneurship during the 2018 Graduate Student Showcase on Nov. 13 in the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom.

Classified Personnel Council announces Everyday Hero Award recipients

The Classified Personnel Council has announced the latest round of Everyday Hero Award recipients.

Faculty honored for exceptional graduate student advising and mentorship

Nominations are submitted by graduate students based on three criteria: educational guidance, career development and interpersonal relationship skills.

CSU awards honorary degree to business leader, philanthropist James Kennedy

James Kennedy, a business leader and philanthropist, is being awarded an honorary degree for his remarkable impact at CSU.

2018 Spring Commencement set for May 11-13

Ceremonies and speakers celebrate accomplishments of more than 5,000 CSU graduates.

CSU offers support for students traveling internationally

Individual travelers are students traveling internationally for academic reasons such as research, fieldwork or conference attendance, and make up 17 percent of CSU’s students traveling abroad.

Graduate Degree Program in Ecology celebrates 25th anniversary

The Graduate Degree Program in Ecology celebrated its 25th anniversary earlier this month, which included events reflecting on the program’s past and future, student presentations, and a reception.

Plague bacteria may be hiding in common soil or water microbes, waiting to emerge

A study conducted at the Infectious Disease Research Center shows that common soil and waterborne microorganisms could play a role in protecting this dangerous pathogen between outbreaks.

3-minute challenge winners are 2018-19 research fellows

A three-minute timer loomed over 36 graduate students competing for a spot in the Vice President for Research Fellowship on Feb. 12.

Women Reading @ CSU book club meets Feb. 27

Women Reading @ CSU, a book club designed for CSU employees and graduate students who identify as women, continues this semester with its focus on appreciating women’s differences, intersectional identities, and diverse experiences.