Undergraduate and graduate students can now apply for hands-on summer 2021 internships.
The CSU community looks back on our response to the events of 2020 to find the resilience that embodies what it means to be a Ram.
CSU does not currently have a new, single COVID-19 outbreak of 375 students, and has never had an outbreak of that size.
As Colorado and the nation’s wildfire season continues, CSU is providing the following list of experts who can address a variety of topics related to wildfires.
Dr. Ragan Adams, veterinary extension specialist at Colorado State University and a co-principal investigator emphasized that the animal owners also need better awareness of the importance of regular veterinary care and a willingness to pay for that medical expertise.
The university will be open – virtually. We will do our work by phone, email, Microsoft Teams or other online platforms unless the work must be performed in person.
Speakers expressed their thanks for the collaboration which resulted in the creation of this multi-purpose center, which serves as a veterinary and crop laboratory, an extension service and an experimental station.
The Western Campus in Orchard Mesa houses CSU Extension’s Western Regional Office and a 7,717-square-foot state-of-the-art veterinary diagnostic laboratory.
CSU was also recognized for research and campus engagement, and ranked fourth overall for universities that grant doctoral degrees.
While any disease that affects livestock and spreads easily is sure to raise alarm, Ragan Adams, Colorado State University veterinarian and coordinator for the Veterinary Extension Specialist Group said things could be worse.