The Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System today adopted a budget for the next fiscal year that reflects a return to normal operations across the entire system and its three campuses: Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CSU Pueblo, and CSU Global.
The Colorado State University Pueblo School of Nursing will host a Steps For Vets virtual 5K Saturday June 19 through Sunday June 20.
The Trustees of the Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation unanimously voted to accept the Neta & Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl, as well as other assets, from the Friends of Football at their quarterly board meeting on May 21.
Colorado State University Pueblo proudly announces a new partnership with Harvard Business School (HBS) Online after completing 2020 pilot program. During the 2020 pilot, CSU Pueblo students were among the program’s top performers.
The Institute of Cannabis Research (ICR) hosted at Colorado State University Pueblo recently completed the first statewide competition for funding of cannabis research. Approximately 40 proposals were received from researchers at six institutions of higher education, several nonprofit research organizations, and a private entity with the required state licensing. Applications were evaluated by scientific review panels comprised of subject matter experts from around the country. Ten projects were recommended for funding and will be led by researchers from four universities and one private company with an anticipated start date of July 2021.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed State Bill 21-205 or the Long-Bill into effect on Monday. This bill will allocate over $3 million to Colorado State University Pueblo for campus improvements and approves CSU Pueblo’s planned renovations to its Technology Building.
Colorado State University Pueblo has announced the names of 11 local students who will receive prominent merit scholarships through the CSU Pueblo Foundation. Six of these high-achieving students will receive the Kane Family Foundation Scholarship, two the Jennie and Albert Gersick Foundation Scholarship, and three the Lois W. and J. Roland Mathis Education Fund Scholarship.
Colorado State University Pueblo is part of a team of surface transportation research organizations lead by ENSCO Inc. (ENSCO) that was recently awarded a $571 million USD contract by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) to provide research, testing, engineering, and training services at the Transportation Technology Center (TTC). The team will focus on initiatives that support FRA and the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) objectives to establish TTC as a vibrant, engaging, and modern center for railroad and ground transportation safety, security, and innovation. Transfer of TTC operations to the ENSCO team is anticipated to be completed by October 2022.
Colorado State University Pueblo Vice President of Enrollment Management, Communication and Student Affairs, Chrissy Holliday has been appointed as one of the participants in the 2021-2022 Executive Leadership Academy (ELA). ELA is cosponsored by the American Association of the State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), and the American Academic Leadership Institute (AALI).
Colorado State University Pueblo students in the Communities to Build Active STEM Engagement (CBASE) group met together in person, for the first time as an entire group to begin summer research programs on Friday, May 14 on campus at CSU Pueblo.