The popular biennial art event the Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition, presented by Colorado State University, has returned to Fort Collins.
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Strong higher education directly impacts the economy, the community and the quality of life. “An investment in higher education is an investment in economic prosperity,” said CSU President Larry Penley in his annual Fall Address Thursday morning.
For one month every two years, graphic design moves out of the classroom at Colorado State University and onto the gallery wall, as design trends from around the world become a vivid teaching tool.
With the latest Colorado State University forecast of an additional eight named tropical storms in September and October, the scientists agreed water managers should use the changes in sea surface temperature as a tool to control water levels throughout South …
Colorado State University will offer in-state tuition to students arriving from states devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
Colorado State University announced Wednesday that it’s offering in-state tuition to college students displaced by Hurricane Katrina, even if they are not Colorado residents.
Researchers at Colorado State University have forecasted hurricanes for the last 22 years, using a long-range model that draws on 52 years of data. In April, they predicted that the 2005 storm season would be active, with the likelihood of …
The study was written by the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, N.H., and scientists at Colorado State University. It presents the first evidence that shrub growth could alter the winter energy balance of the Arctic …
Colorado State University is allowing those students to pay in-state tuition. The move lets the students pay less than 25 percent of the cost they would pay as out-of-state students.
College students displaced from their schools by Hurricane Katrina can enroll at Colorado State University this fall and pay in-state tuition, school officials announced today.