Colorado State University will celebrate the incredible resilience and outstanding achievements of the University’s Spring and Summer 2022 graduates at in-person commencement ceremonies May 13-15.
Vida at Spur
A window on veterinary medicine
‘A promiscuous virus’
CSU experts discuss SARS-CoV-2, what comes next
Back on his hooves
Horse gets his legs back under him after a tumultuous journey
Can they provide answers about transmission of the West Nile virus?
From rural roots to modern medicine
150 years of veterinary education and caring for animals
Faced with disease threats to U.S. agriculture, land-grant universities such as Colorado State University must provide a first line of defense to protect public health, economic and national security and the livelihood of farm communities.
May is National Cancer Research Month, launched in 2007 by the American Association for Cancer Research to highlight the importance of lifesaving cancer research. For more than 40 years, CSU's Flint Animal Cancer Center has been at the forefront of comparative oncology research and discovery to benefit pets and people with cancer.
Edith Silvas Villalobos brings all her identities to the table as she works to make science and higher education more diverse, equitable, and inclusive one relationship at a time.
CSU is sending three of its own abroad as part of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, the State Department’s flagship international exchange program.
CSU is recognized as one of the most sustainable universities in the world. Much of that recognition can be credited to the many student-led sustainability projects on campus.
Colorado State University alumnus Kjell Lindgren commanded a successful launch to the International Space Station on a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket on April 27.
"I’m originally from Denmark where the Icelandic horse is very popular. I saw a lot of Icelandic horses with ERU as a student and intern at University of Copenhagen and have always wanted to further investigate this breed. " -Dr. Michala de Linde Henriksen, study collaborator
“My time at Colorado State really represented an opportunity to specifically focus on something that I was very passionate about,” he said. “I was really interested in cardiovascular physiology and, specifically, how the heart and the cardiovascular system work in the weightless environment…The faculty, the fellow students, the atmosphere there at CSU, were really just phenomenal.” -Dr. Kjell Lindgren
Dr. Tim Holt was named Food Animal Educator of the Year 2022 for his outstanding presentations at the Western Veterinary Conference. Attendees enjoyed his up-to date scientific information and enthusiastic presentations ranging from from PAP testing guidelines and pathophysiology of right heart congestive failure in bovine medicine to a “day in the life of a typical food animal veterinarian.”
Massive flock casualties have the potential to slow supply chains, according to Ragan Adams, a veterinary specialist at Colorado State University’s extension office.
VIDEO: "I realized that disease, infectious diseases really, can happen to anyone, including the vet student who spends a lot of my free time working on infectious disease things," Caroline Wollman said. The website has been up since February and is a place horse owners and barn managers can look to for guidance on a plethora of topics when it comes to caring for horses.
VIDEO: "Food safety is a huge thing in the United States and we're lucky to have a safe food system. There are no birds going into the supply chain that are positive for HPAI." -Dr. Ragan Adams
Tiffany Martin, DVM, MS, Assistant Professor, Radiation Oncology, applied superficial radiation therapy to the turtle’s squamous cell carcinoma in June 2021. The female turtle, which resides at Denver Zoo, showed no signs of the lesion three months after therapy, and continues to be cancer-free as of today.
VIDEO: The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) was detected in the U.S. in February and has spread in wild birds in 31 states. More than 45 million domestic poultry and birds have been impacted, Colorado State University said in a news release Monday.
Let's rethink our understanding of ability and dis/ability to problematize societal barriers to those with diverse abilities.
May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Learn about leaders who identify with this diverse group of heritages.
What are indicators for someone experiencing trauma? And, how can we be more cognizant of trauma in our work with students and colleagues?
When we ask candidates to write diversity statements in their job applications, how can we be sure we're thoughtfully assessing them?
Enjoy the sights of graduation through the lens of CSU Photography.
More than 250 Colorado State University undergraduates recently showcased a range of scholarly work across disciplines at the annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity.
Watch Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell's message to the spring graduates in the class of 2022.
The School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) at Colorado State University has announced the selection of 20 early career scientists as Sustainability Leadership Fellows for the 2022-23 academic year.
The Colorado State University Employee Appreciation Board recently honored the SARS-CoV-2 team in the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory for going above and beyond its normal duties.
The Colorado State University Employee Appreciation Board recently honored the Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory in the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory for going above and beyond its normal duties.
The Colorado State University Employee Appreciation Board recently honored the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Student Success Team for going above and beyond its normal duties.
A research study indicates that gabapentin can be a helpful tool to keep anxiety at bay when you have to take your rabbit to the vet.
Learn how to recognize signs of stress and create a comfortable environment for your pet to ensure a low-stress visit to the vet.
“Colorado poultry owners should immediately increase their biosecurity protocols to protect their flocks, including limiting exposure of domestic birds to wild birds and other poultry flocks and limiting introduction of new birds into flocks.” -Dr. Maggie Baldwin, Colorado State Veterinarian
A new study is underway to understand the response to three different medications in the treatment of canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome in aging dogs, with the long-term hope of advancing Alzheimer’s Disease treatments in humans.