Past Events: 2016 Events
The Ardent Mills & Colorado State University Lunch and Learn will be held Thursday, February 28 from 11-1 pm at the Ardent Mills Headquarters located at 1875 Lawrence Street in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Jan Leach, Dr. Jessica Metcalf and Dr. James Pritchett will discuss the mircobiome within and between plants, humans and the environment.
For details contact Lauren Klamm at Lauren.Klamm@colostate.edu.
CSU’s new high-performance computing (HPC) system is now available for the campus community. With more than 10,000 processing units, and an aggregate computing capacity of approximately 500 teraflops, this supercomputer allows for high processing performance. The HPC is the campus’ most advanced computing system which will enhance learning and research as students and faculty design, develop, deploy and execute applications
To learn how you can start to use this new research tool, attend the HPC Open Forum on March 3, 2017 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. in the Morgan Library Event Hall, hosted by CSU’s Information Science and Technology Center and the Office of the Vice President for Research.
In support of the recently announced Office of the Vice President for Research and Office of the Vice President for University Operations Facilities Management RFA for the Institutional Research Facilities Improvements – Planning for the Future program, the OVPR and OVPUO FM will be hosting an open forum/informational session on March 6, 2017, from 12-1PM in LSC 322.
The open forum will provide a general overview of this internal funding opportunity, and allow interested parties to ask questions about this program.
- What: Open Forum/Info Session on the OVPR/OVUO FM Institutional Research Facilities Improvements RFA
- When: 3/6/2017; 12pm-1PM
- Where: LSC 322
Join the Office of the Vice President for Research at the Leadership In Innovation Series, featuring Tracy Embree, President of Components at Cummins Inc. on Wednesday, March 8 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Longs Peak Room.
A networking reception will be held from 4:00-5:00 p.m. the seminar will begin promptly at 5:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
CSU is home to world famous scientists and scholars across campus. Did you know that Colorado State University has a Foothills Campus that’s home to atmospheric chemists, weather satellite experts, numerous museum collections, and a USDA National Wildlife Research Center? Did you know that CSU’s Powerhouse Energy Campus used to be the Fort Collins coal power plant? Did you know that as an undergraduate, you can conduct research right alongside world-renowned faculty?
For our busy students, it can be hard to appreciate the sheer breadth of cross-disciplinary, cutting-edge scholarship and innovation taking place on our campus, every minute of the day. The inaugural Colorado State University Discovery Week, April 17-25, is your chance to learn all about it.
We’ll kick off with the Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC) poster symposium on April 17. There, you can pick up your “Passport to Discovery,” a guided scavenger hunt that’ll take you on a surprising tour of labs, studios, classrooms, and other discovery hotspots. At each stop, you’ll learn something new, meet new people, and receive a stamp. Collect all the stamps, return your passport April 25 at the CURC awards ceremony, and be entered into a drawing for fabulous prizes.
Throughout the week, you can attend a variety of events that further showcase research, scholarship, and creativity around campus. Also that week, listen for “Bring Your Research to Class Day” – in which your professors will spend a few minutes sharing about their academic and scientific pursuits outside the classroom.
Tag us on social media with #CSUDiscovers to share about your journey to discovery. We hope you’ll join us!
Join us on April 24th to learn about technology change and national security from the former US Secretary of the Navy and Senior Advisor for Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Dr. Richard Danzig with his presentation entitled “National Security and the Technology Tsunami:What is Swept Away?”.