Female scientists are taking a lead in investigating the novel coronavirus and possible preventions and treatments. The visibility and value of their work is surely a lasting outcome of the historic crisis.
Looking forward from COVID-19
Published Aug. 21, 2020
The third of three special issues focused on pandemic response and recovery
A standout alumnus of CSU Pueblo finds similarities between the COVID-19 pandemic and his time serving as an Army combat medic, especially in the need for compassionate medical care.
A top CSU microbiology student describes her passion for research into infectious pathogens that jump from animals to people and her interest in helping to prevent future disease outbreaks.
The COVID-19 pandemic has starkly worsened hunger and food insecurity among low-income households, and CSU’s Western Colorado Research Center is helping at the community level.
An African American alumnus – troubled by injustices and racial unrest that have reached a boiling point during the pandemic – recalls lessons from his father’s lifelong fight against discrimination.
Agriculture and the food system are profoundly affected by the pandemic, and a new CSU program aims to foster innovations needed for recovery – starting with robust ideas from diverse leaders.
During the pandemic, computer screens and social media are inescapable portals to information, misinformation, and a tsunami of human emotion, including hope, humor, anger, and grief.
A young CSU alumna who grew up in the Navajo Nation describes the intense impact of COVID-19 on her people and her vision for a future marked by radical and long overdue healing.
In some countries, land-grabbing, deforestation, illegal mining, and poaching have surged during the pandemic, calling for a renewed focus on conservation, a CSU environmental economist writes.
The health care industry has endured extremes in patient care during COVID-19, and full recovery will require new levels of expertise in management, faculty at CSU Global explain.
CSU System Chancellor Tony Frank describes the role of higher education in a global crisis.
Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell sees purpose and conviction on campus.
Timothy Mottet, president of CSU Pueblo, highlights the strength of students, campus, and community.
Becky Takeda-Tinker, innovation officer for the CSU System, describes a mindset for rebuilding.