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Colorado State University and the CSU Alumni Association annually recognize outstanding alumni who have excelled in their time after graduation and are making significant contributions to their professions, communities and alma mater.
Since the annual Celebrate! Colorado State has grown beyond the capacity to acknowledge all award recipients at a single event, the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President is holding a separate private luncheon this year to recognize its recipients for distinguished teaching and scholarship, faculty excellence, service, advising and leadership-related awards on behalf of the academic enterprise.
On the final day of the Symposium for Inclusive Excellence last month, MURALS hosted A Glimpse of MURALS in the Lory Student Center Theatre.
This week, Oct. 17-21, is National Transfer Student Week, and to honor the important contributions that transfer students make to the CSU community, SOURCE interviewed a handful of current and former transfer students.
On Oct. 14, Colorado State University will host the long-awaited premiere of the documentary “Robert’s Village,” chronicling the efforts of CSU alumna Laura Schreck and CSU alumnus and custodian Robert Serunjogi to provide assistance to his hometown in Uganda.