Purple Up! Day for Military Kids is celebrated around the world by military service branches, Department of Defense, governors, states, schools, businesses, and communities.
Colorado Food Systems: Interactive Map of COVID-19 food sites
Colorado Water Center: Confronting the state’s water challenges
CSU + Fullstack Academy: New Tech Bootcamps
Grow&Give: Fighting Food Insecurity in Colorado Communities
Projects will explore how the 2020 fire season altered food webs and the role fungi play in post-fire forest recovery, as well as engage underrepresented communities in the state’s water resources.
Senior University leadership discussed President Joyce McConnell’s initiative during a virtual information panel discussion March 30.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded a $595,654 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant to Colorado State University (CSU), Grand Junction, Colorado, to launch the Planning and Technical Support to Diversify Colorado Economic Opportunities program.
Join the 'Action in the Time of Crisis' watch party for a recap of the work researchers have accomplished over the past year.
In recognition of National Agriculture Week, March 21-27, 2021, Colorado State University is proud to celebrate the rich and diverse landscape of Colorado agriculture.
The state-of-the-art facility, named for Department of Animal Sciences faculty member and autism advocate Temple Grandin, was created to be a place of healing, treatment, education and research for clients from diverse backgrounds. The center is the new home of one of the leading equine-assisted services education and research programs in the world.
Register with Grow & Give today to help fight hunger in your community. Grow produce at home. Give the extra to those in need.
From a historical standpoint, progress related to equity in civic processes has often occurred in the U.S. because of communities, specifically marginalized communities, advocating for their rights and needs from outside the systems and structures in power, through protest, demonstrations, art, and community care.
The Colorado State University Office of Engagement and Extension is searching for an Assistant Vice President for Engagement and Extension, and Deputy Director of CSU Extension.
Initially developed as a useful tool to help inform how food system initiatives are planned, implemented, and evaluated, the Colorado food systems map now includes tools to fight food insecurity in the wake of COVID-19.
In 2020, Colorado experienced an unprecedented wildfire season. The East Troublesome and Cameron Peak Wildfires scorched over 400,000 acres and destroyed 1,041 structures, including nearly 600 residences. Consequently, flood risk after a wildfire increases dramatically - and where it rains, it can flood. While Colorado is still recovering from these historic events, it’s important to understand the increased risk and prepare for the upcoming wildfire season.
Food safety is a critical concern in the United States and meat processing plays a major role in this endeavor. Join the National Ag Law Center for an informative webinar about legislative changes to meat processing and what it means.
Join us on April 14th at 1 pm for a webinar to learn more about the genesis of the Civic Capacity Index and how the Civic Capacity Index might transform communities and community leaders in a time of disruptive change.
Senior Access Points of Larimer County was established in 2017 to help reduce barriers to accessing information and to connect older adults and caregivers to aging-related resources.