According to new study conducted by Colorado State University disease ecologists, although there are twice as many rodent species as there are bat species, bats hosted more "zoonotic" viruses per species than rodents.
Scientists at Colorado State University have helped test the first new tuberculosis drug approved by the Federal Drug Administration in 40 years. Todd Harding spoke with University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology at CSU, Dr. Ian Orme about the significance of the new drug.
The CSU and Fort Collins communities will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with several events on Monday, January 21st. The theme of this year's celebration is “Faces of Freedom: Past, Present, Future.”
The Colorado State University and Fort Collins communities will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with several events on Monday, January 21st. The theme of this year's celebration is “Faces of Freedom: Past, Present, Future.”
Tonight at 8:30 on PBS there is documentary about the Morrill Act, which was produced at CSU in Fort Collins. I know my wife and I are planning on watching it, but you are probably thinking, "What the heck is
Welcome to the Online Border War! The CSU Rams take on the Wyoming Cowboys November 3rd at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, WY as the two rivals battle it out for the bronze boot. Everyone knows it's a fierce rivalry not only between the teams themselves but also the fans on either side. That being said we thought we'd see who has the most devoted fans with an online battle before the big game gets going.
Former Colorado State University track & field star and Olympic bronze medalist Janay DeLoach-Soukup will serve as Grand Marshal of the 2012 CSU Homecoming parade today (Friday, Oct. 5th) in Fort Collins.
The idea of a new stadium being built on the Colorado State University campus has been a very controversial topic this year, with many voices speaking out, both in support and opposition. Now it looks like CSU President Tony Frank has finally come to a decision; but this decision comes with one multi-million-dollar string attached.
We all know about the great CSU Ag Day BBQ. The food is amazing and it is all grown right here in Colorado, but did you know Ag Day raises money for scholarships for students in CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences?
On Thursday Brian and I had CSU Volleyball Coach Tom Hilbert in the K99 studio to talk about the big UCLA volleyball game tonight (Saturday, September 15th) at 7 at Moby Arena. In case you missed it we recorded the interview, so you could listen to it on-line.
Colorado State University President Tony Frank gave his annual address to students and faculty yesterday morning followed by the annual picnic on the CSU Oval. The president said the school will have to prepare for a time when it no longer receives any state funding.
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