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HLA internship opportunities provide real-life experience for students

Most students majoring in the College of Agricultural Sciences’ Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture obtain real-life industry experience before they’re even handed a diploma. Thanks to the department’s requirements for its environmental horticulture major, as well as many horticulture major tracks, more than half of students take HORT 487, a summer internship that pairs…

Small meat-processing plants are target audience for CSU task force-led safety guidelines

COVID-19 has taken its toll on the nation’s meat industry, with outbreaks and deaths connected to some of its largest processing plants. The 6,000-worker JBS facility in Greeley has reported over 350 coronavirus cases, and most recently, its eighth employee death.

Message from the Dean and Director James Pritchett

We find ourselves in a turbulent and divisive time. Like you, I am saddened and angered by the horrific killing of George Floyd last week. This and the many recent acts of violence and hate against individuals of color cannot be tolerated. With deep sadness, we grieve for those that have been harmed and are…

Cell phone data helps track mobility patterns during social distancing

A new modeling report released today by Colorado public health scientists estimates just how much Coloradans have changed their behaviors since the start of the pandemic – and how those behaviors may now be shifting with the state’s new Safer at Home orders.


Shepardson Relocation

Ag on the Move

All building occupants have been relocated for Shepardson Hall building construction. We will return in the late Summer of 2021.  During the interim, our offices are relocated to several buildings.  Please go to our website to find specific groups and get updates on the progress of our move.


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