From the Dean

The New Year is often a time of reflection, assessment, and planning for what's ahead. It's no different here in the dean's office.

2015 holds great promise for our college. I continue to be impressed by my colleagues in the faculty and on staff, who push us forward and help make this wonderful scientific community what it is. 

From our CNS family to yours, we wish you a happy and safe New Year, and a bright beginning to 2015.

- Jan


'Tis the Season!

This time of year, as finals come and go and new graduates cross the commencement stage, we're reminded of the impact of your charitable gifts.

There's still time in this tax year. We hope you'll consider making a gift - maybe even your first - at whatever level is right for you. Thank you!

Important information about IRA rollovers

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

CSU was recently ranked 6th among the nations's "Top 25 Biochemistry, Microbiology & Molecular Biology Programs" by

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A new biology building is in the works after students committed to invest in the project. Check out current building plans and learn more about this amazing project.

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A new pact with Poudre Valley Hospital and the Medical Center of the Rockies, spearheaded by chemistry's Prof. Melissa Reynolds, will advance Northern Colorado medical care.

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Computer Science

Prof. Robert France has helped thrust the computer science department into the limelight this year with a series of prestigious awards - from the Caribbean to France and back.

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Dr. Jennifer Mueller received a notable National Institutes of Health grant to study the clinical potential of electrical impedance tomography for pediatric lung disease.

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Prof. Carl Patton was named professor laureate this year - the highest academic title awarded by the College of Natural Sciences - for decades of research, teaching, mentoring, and outreach.

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A remarkable alumni gift has propelled the new Certified Addiction Counselor II (CAC-II) program, which will provide graduate students with an important new curricular path.

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Dr. Bailey Fosdick made waves this semester with research and a new paper on a compelling and much-debated population model - turning many of our assumptions about growth on their head.

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