The future of ag is now

This special report from SOURCE explores the breadth of multidisciplinary, agricultural work happening at CSU — a place where researchers, students and food producers can all gather around a kind of university-wide table to acknowledge the vital importance of ag in Colorado and beyond.

What is the biggest challenge facing the future of agriculture?

Given CSU’s breadth of expertise in all-things agriculture — from the College of Agricultural Sciences and the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences to the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering and the Office of Extension and Engagement — we asked faculty to consider this important question.

CSU research expenditures set another record, sustaining growth and setting sights on the future

Colorado State University continues to see record-breaking numbers in sponsored project expenditures, edging close to a half-billion dollars with a total of $498.1 million in the last fiscal year. The university saw a $41.2 million, or 9%, increase over 2021-22.

CSU Thematic Year celebrates Democracy on the Plaza

  Colorado State University kicked off its Thematic Year of Democracy and Civic Engagement this past Thursday with an early celebration of International Day of Democracy on the Lory Student Center Plaza. The Thematic Year is a central university initiative that serves to highlight the incredible research, programs, academic initiatives, students, faculty and staff who […]