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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 2017.
Colorado State University Key Developments
Colorado State University Presents at Carbon Management Technology Conference 2017, Jul-20-2017 11:55 AM
Jul 14 17
Colorado State University Presents at Carbon Management Technology Conference 2017, Jul-20-2017 11:55 AM. Venue: Hilton Americas, Houston, Texas, United States. Speakers: Michael Buckner.
Colorado State University Announces Executive Changes
May 9 17
An experienced professional in higher education will become Colorado State University's director of the Castle Rock Collaboration Campus. Jill Garber, director of Arapahoe Community College's campuses in Castle Rock and Parker, has been named Regional Engagement Hub director. Garber, a Castle Rock resident for more than a decade, will work on behalf of CSU with communities, businesses and educators across the southern Front Range region.
McGraw-Hill Education Learning Science Research Council and Colorado State University Collaborate to Apply Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining
Mar 6 17
McGraw-Hill Education announced a new collaboration between its recently formed McGraw-Hill Education Learning Science Research Council and Colorado State University (CSU). This new research initiative explores the use of advanced techniques in learning analytics and educational data mining to reduce the Drop-Fail-Withdraw (DFW) rates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) gateway courses. Unsuccessful course completion in these gateway courses is often associated with significantly lower retention and graduation rates. Capitalizing on its research expertise, Colorado State University chose to work with McGraw-Hill Education to find new ways to use learning analytics to strengthen learning outcomes for its students taking these courses. The research study, which is currently underway at Colorado State University, is focusing initially on testing and validating predictive models for course completion. The predictive model will be combined with a set of interactive insights for advanced diagnostics and intervention. These patterns can serve as early indicators as to which students will most likely complete a course and which ones are in danger of failing and ultimately help instructors identify at-risk students that they can work with more closely to ensure course completion. Preliminary results from the research project are expected in the first half of this year. McGraw-Hill Education's Learning Science Research Council is focused on four key areas of research: Learning Analytics: applying data science to generate predictive models and actionable insights for learners and instructors. Learning Algorithms: creating personalized algorithms based on learning science to help students learn better. Learning Quality: applying statistics rigor to evaluate and improve the quality of learning content and assessments and Learning Efficacy: incorporating causal inferencing and modeling methodologies for establishing learning efficacy.
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