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Company Overview of Colorado State University
Colorado State University is a research and educational institution. The university has colleges that provide instruction in the Agricultural Sciences, Applied Human Sciences, Business, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Natural Resources, Natural Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, and Biomedical Sciences. Colorado State University was founded in 1870 and is based in Fort Collins, Colorado. The university has endowment assets worth $85.1 million.
202 Johnson Hall
Fort Collins, CO 80523-0001
Founded in 1870
Key Executives for Colorado State University
President of CSU-Global Campus
Chair of the Department of Management for College of Business
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Colorado State University Key Developments
Colorado State University Presents at Macquarie Capital Bermuda in Boston Reinsurance Conference, Sep-23-2014
Aug 15 14
Colorado State University Presents at Macquarie Capital Bermuda in Boston Reinsurance Conference, Sep-23-2014 . Venue: Omni Parker House, 60 School Street, Boston, MA 02108, United States.
Colorado State University Announces Executive Changes
Aug 8 14
Colorado State University President Tony Frank has fired Jack Graham, the athletic director who pushed to build a new stadium at CSU. Frank reported that the university would launch a national search for Graham's replacement, and John Morris, the deputy athletic director, was named Interim Director of Athletics to lead the department during the search.
Colorado State University Launches International Center in Mexico for Research, Teaching, Outreach
Apr 10 14
Colorado State University announced the launch of its international research and teaching center, constructed through innovative public-private collaboration with a Colorado-based company. The center, located in Todos Santos, Mexico, will provide expanded opportunity for Colorado State students and faculty to participate in international scientific and cultural exchange experiences-- using land and facilities largely donated by MIRA, a Mexican real estate investment and development company sponsored by Black Creek Capital. The Colorado State University Todos Santos Center will provide teaching, research and service learning experiences focused on issues such as water, agriculture, infectious disease, elementary education, wildlife ecology, veterinary medicine, public health and environmental and social sustainability. The center will build on long-standing ties between Colorado State and Mexico, which include ongoing infectious disease research and multiple exchange programs with Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan in Merida, Mexico. The center announcement also comes on the heels of a recently announced U.S. State Department initiative calling for a doubling of the number of U.S. students studying abroad in Latin America. MIRA is constructing and donating to CSU three buildings that include a small housing facility for up to 24 students and faculty, classrooms, a library and a kitchen and dining facility. Groundbreaking is slated for this spring.
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