Coloradoan: Colorado State University entomologists confirmed its presence this week just outside Fort Collins’ northern city limits, according to a news release from the city of Fort Collins’ forestry office.
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Ch. 4, Denver: Researchers at Colorado State University are learning more about COVID-19.
Pikes Peak Courier: “Victory Gardens were started in World War I and again in World War II to promote local gardening in times of stress,” said Mark Platten, Teller County’s extension agent for Colorado State University.
AZ Central: Brad Udall, a water scientist at Colorado State University, warns that something must give, that we cannot continue with a system that increasingly “violates the public’s sense of rightness.”
Newsweek: Colorado State University is providing financial support to undocumented students who are not eligible for federal relief during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ch. 9, Denver: Colorado State University will be open for in-person learning in August, President Joyce McConnell said in a video message sent to the university community Wednesday.
Coloradoan: Colorado State University’s financial aid office is distributing $8.8 million in federal CARES Act grants to students facing financial hardship because of the coronavirus pandemic, school officials said.
Coloradoan: Of 462 employees tested in the first two months of the Colorado State University project, 57 people (about 12.3%) were coronavirus-positive but had no symptoms. The positive rate at the five facilities ranged between 1% and 23%.
Denver Post: In a letter to the Colorado State University community, President Joyce McConnell said CSU fully intends to be back on campus and operational for the fall semester, but she acknowledged a worst-case scenario could mean remote learning through …
Collegian: For some students, the switch to online learning has been an uphill battle. But many in the Colorado State University community are involved in a different fight — one on the front lines of the pandemic.