The Cameron Peak Fire passed through the campus in Oct. 2020, burning nearly 620 acres.
Thirteen students nominated by faculty mentors were awarded the CVMBS Diversity Scholarship to further their work on specific research, outreach or professional development projects for the summer of 2021.
Thanks to COVID-19, many incoming first-year students faced a tough decision: whether or not to go to college at all.
We polled a cross-section of our graduating students about their hopes and dreams, and even though the coronavirus pandemic has changed commencement plans, their futures look bright!
The first cohort of third-year medical students arrived in Fort Collins in June 2020 to complete their clinical training with the new Colorado State University medical school campus and spearhead service-learning projects.
A chat with Dr. Rushika Perera, an associate professor of virology and the chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and Alex Bailey, a member of the College’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and a third-year student in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program.
“Providing a communication pathway for veterinarians to interact with our country’s growing Spanish-speaking community will help create access to care for those families and their pets.” -Dr. Danielle Frey
Six teams of interdisciplinary undergraduate, graduate and professional students evaluated scenarios that represent One Health challenges with Fort Collins housing.