As associate director for CSU’s Colorado Water Center, Karen Schlatter will lead the development and implementation of the Center’s outreach and engagement strategy, and support faculty in the development of integrated research, outreach and education grants addressing critical water management issues.
Author Archives: Office of Engagement and Extension Staff
The Office of Engagement and Extension is hosting it’s 2022 Forum from October 24-27 at the Lory Student Center (LSC). The annual event for CSU faculty and staff from around the state and on campus offers opportunities to foster collaboration, and focus attention and resources on the needs and issues faced by communities across the state.
From planning, grocery shopping, to preparing their meals, children will appreciate the food better if they have a hand in the process. CSU Extension family and consumer science agents share top tips on how to make lunches and snacks that are easy, affordable, and healthy.
Jane Zelikova, executive director for Colorado State University’s Soil Carbon Solutions Center, explains how we can harness the powers of soils & microbes to help address the intersecting challenges of a rapidly changing climate, soil erosion, and sustainably feeding a growing population.
Professor Lorann Stallones has been recognized for her outstanding contribution to agricultural health and safety research.
Colorado State University Crops Testing is excited to announce the details for the 2022 Wheat Field Days. Taking place over four days and spread across 11 farms and research sites, participants will be able to see field trials for public and private wheat varieties and gain insights into their unique characteristics.
The Colorado Water Center is searching for an Associate Director to help lead and ensure execution of research and education programs, outreach activities, communications, and operations to advance the Center’s mission and goals.
CSU President Joyce McConnell today announced the appointment of John Tracy as the next director of the Colorado Water Center.
Katherine M. Rickart of Greeley, Colorado was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame for her lifetime achievements and contributions to 4-H.
“Participants not only have success at making their community dream come true through their community projects, but the leadership and civic skills they attain will stay with them forever.”