An effort by a Colorado State University-trained veterinarian to provide care for refugees’ pets at the Ukrainian border has expanded to include current CSU veterinary students as well as other alumni.
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“Although I had always wanted to study in a foreign country, coming here from Venezuela was certainly an interesting journey! It took a lot of courage to immerse myself in a completely different world from what I’d known back home, all my life.”
“The most rewarding part of my CSU experience is the connections I have made. From having the enormous privilege to mentor over 100 first-year Honors students to making life-long friends in the form of both teachers and peers, I have able been to foster both inter- and intrapersonal skills.”
A Colorado State University veterinary student has created a mobile-friendly website featuring biosecurity resources for limiting risks of infectious disease at equine facilities.
A Colorado State University alumnus is poised to make his second trip to the International Space Station in late April, and this time he’s the mission commander.
In their largest relocation of bison to date, on March 23 Colorado State University, the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County shipped 39 bison from the Laramie Foothills Bison Conservation Herd to three Native American tribes in Oklahoma and Kansas.
A research team at Colorado State University has discovered that drugs used to treat malaria are also effective at treating a pulmonary disease similar to tuberculosis.
Bernie and Linda Rollin both retired in December after logging a combined 99 years at the University. Bernie, a University Distinguished Professor, earned an international reputation as the father of veterinary medical ethics, and some have said he has alleviated more animal pain than anyone else in history.
Students in the Community Practice program at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences get hands-on experience working with animals outside of a clinical setting, while students from the School of Social Work gain skills providing assistance and resources to the pet owner.
Two CSU faculty members have received a two-year, $345,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation to deliver health education to Spanish- and Somali-speaking populations — via members of those communities.