When COVID-19 reared its ugly head, wreaking havoc on education for students all over the world, CSU’s human virtual reality program stepped up to meet the moment.
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The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute has awarded grants to two faculty members – Brent Myers and Dan Regan – working to improve human health through translational science.
“Our goal is to push the envelope and focus on active, integrative learning while taking advantage of technology.” -Dr. Suzanne Brandenburg
By rolling three of its previous majors into one major with three concentrations, the college will offer undergraduate students more flexibility, more interdisciplinary learning opportunities, and more exposure to real-world work environments.
Bill W. Pickett, who played a major role in developing CSU’s world-class programs in reproductive biology and equine sciences, passed away on February 27 at the age of 89.
Couple relocates from New Zealand to join the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences as associate professors of theriogenology.
Seonil Kim was named a Boettcher Investigator for his innovative Alzheimer’s disease research.
After graduation, Haberecht plans to apply to medical school and pursue a career in health care.
With the help of a smartphone app developed at Colorado State University, Nepalese women lead a life-saving public health initiative in their villages.