Department News

Associate Professor Jennifer Harman receives national award for new paper

A new research paper authored by Jennifer Harman, associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Colorado State University, has received the Ned Holstein Shared Parenting Research award from the National Parents Organization.  

Study examines links between socioeconomic status, sleep and brain development in children

Researchers at Colorado State University are making advances in understanding the links between socioeconomic status, sleep and brain development in children. Their approach combines MRI scans of brain structure and function with family surveys on aspects like household income and economic hardship, which can often influence children’s sleep patterns.

Mia Dischner honored with Voyager Scholarship

Mia Dischner has been awarded the Voyager Scholarship by the Obama Foundation and Airbnb, and plans to use the scholarship to pursue her passion for addressing food insecurity.

Outstanding Grad: Soleil Gonzalez, College of Natural Sciences

“I found pieces of who I am through my experience at CSU. It’s heartwarming to know that I can set my mind to something and can accomplish it. It is rewarding to know that I can help students of all backgrounds to feel their most authentic.”

College News

Chemistry researchers showcase new method to aid in pharma, agrochemical compound development

Researchers at Colorado State University have published findings in Nature that could be useful to speed the development of new pharmaceuticals and pesticides.

CSU researchers contribute to global study of soil carbon levels, climate change

Report shows the amount of carbon in soil may be under-accounted for in global climate models.

CSU Department of Computer Science celebrates 50th anniversary

This year the Department of Computer Science marks a half-century studying and harnessing computing to improve people’s lives and shape the future of technology.

Video: Learn about the new Center for Sustainable Photoredox Catalysis at CSU

The National Science Foundation awarded a three-year, $1.8 million grant to launch the Center for Sustainable Photoredox Catalysis at CSU in 2023.