- Giving Back to Veterans
- Lory Student Center
- Being Green is Only Part of Fargreen
- Feeding the Future
- Our Global Population: 9 Billion People
- Centered On Safety
- Waste Not, Want Not
- Food That More Than Fills the Belly
- More Crop Per Drop
- Bigger Rice Plants, Better Rice Plants
- Lessons of The Land
- Return to “JEOPARDY!”
- 100 Years of Pingree Park
- 60 Years of CAM
- CSU Salutes Sutherland Legacy
- Meeting Marley
- President’s Lecture Series
- Starbucks Visit
- 172 Seconds
- CSUCARES: Rebuilding Lives After Natural Disasters
As a gift to the Fort Collins community in honor of the city’s 150th birthday, President Tony Frank announced the creation of a free community lecture series that highlights the University’s outstanding programs and faculty.
“Our city’s sesquicentennial provides a wonderful opportunity to launch this new series, which will help throw open the doors to our campus and give the people of Fort Collins a chance to learn about some of the most exciting breakthroughs happening at CSU directly from the faculty who are doing the work,” Frank said.
The President’s Community Lecture Series will take place four times a year in various campus locations. The RamTrax visitor program also will offer complimentary tours in conjunction with each lecture.
The first lecture, held in January at the University Center for the Arts, featured Dr. Steve Withrow, one of the world’s leading experts on how the treatment of cancer in animals can translate to new advances in treatment for humans.
Next lecture set for Wed, April 30, 6:30 p.m. featuring Dr. Diana Wall – “Lessons from an Antarctic Desert: The Hidden World and Response to Climate Change.”