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.
Daily Archives: September 7, 2020
CSU System Chancellor Tony Frank describes the role of higher education in a global crisis.
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.
Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell sees purpose and conviction on campus.
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.
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.
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.