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Small, wearable air pollution sensors will let workers know what they’re breathing

With a grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Colorado State University researchers are working to create new technologies for assessing worker exposure to occupational air pollutants. Small, wearable air pollution sensors will let workers know what they're breathing
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Donors fund new educational and well-being spaces for children and veterans – College of Health and Human Sciences

“The Freebergs’ vision and generosity is helping us build resiliency, starting with the littlest Rams all the way up to our student veterans, who have made the ultimate sacrifices.” Donors fund new educational and well-being spaces for children and veterans - College of Health and Human SciencesTwo programs in the CSU College of Health and Human Sciences are serving students and the community in beautiful new spaces thanks to gifts
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The persistent optimism of Maury Albertson – Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

"We need to be motivated by service as well as by profit. We serve best by finding out what people want and helping them work to realize their dreams." — Maurice Albertson (1918-2009), CSU professor and Peace Corps co-founder The persistent optimism of Maury Albertson - Walter Scott, Jr. College of EngineeringTake a look back at the life of Maurice Albertson and his impact on CSU and U.S. volunteerism.
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Anne Frank’s stepsister keynotes Holocaust Awareness Week in November

Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and stepsister of Anne Frank, is the keynote speaker of Colorado State University's annual Holocaust Awareness Week on Nov. 7 in the Lory Student Center Theatre. Anne Frank’s stepsister keynotes Holocaust Awareness Week in NovemberEva Schloss will recount her firsthand experiences in Nazi concentration camps during World War II on Nov. 18.
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Putting the M in Colorado A&M: Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering – Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Colorado State University's engineering program has exemplified the land grant mission of teaching, research and outreach in innovative and impactful ways. Putting the M in Colorado A&M: Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering - Walter Scott, Jr. College of EngineeringA lot has changed in 150 years for the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering, but the land-grant mission of teaching, research and outreach – as well as monitoring the weather
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Serving up success: CSU’s volleyball team excels on the court and in the classroom

"Unquestionably, this is the smartest team I've ever coached," coach Tom Hilbert says of the 2019 volleyball team. Serving up success: CSU’s volleyball team excels on the court and in the classroomThe Rams set a program record with a team GPA of 3.739 last spring, and every player had at least a 3.0. The team GPA was the second-highest ever recorded by any CSU sports program.
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CSU to host Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense Nov. 5

"The Commission’s meeting at CSU will focus on the role of land grant innovation ecosystems and public-private partnerships in addressing one of the major challenges of our day." – Vice President for Research Alan Rudolph CSU to host Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense Nov. 5Participants at the event will include Thomas Daschle, former Senate majority leader, and Kenneth Wainstein, former Homeland Security adviser to President George W. Bush.
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The Price of Insulin Has Soared. These Biohackers Have a Plan to Fix It

"[Insulin] is an old drug. It's not hard to produce. It should not be more expensive than Tylenol," says Jean Peccoud, Colorado State University professor in chemical engineering, on the Open Insulin Project. The Price of Insulin Has Soared. These Biohackers Have a Plan to Fix It"Insulin is just pure greed. And a failure of government"