For the junior scientist who is interested in learning all about baking, edible science and more! It will be a week of exploration in the kitchen with an unforgettable culinary experience. We have lined up three weeks of fun cooking activities including Baking Extravaganza, Edible Science, and Free From with alternative methods for food sensitivities!...Read More → about FSHN Summer Cooking Camps for Youth
CSU Spur brings the research and education of the three CSU System campuses to Denver, and shares it with visitors. Vida is the first building to open at CSU Spur, with a focus on animal and human health. It is open to the public, year-round. Vida is Spanish for life. To live is to be connected...Read More → about CSU Spur Campus – Vida Building
World TB Day annually raises awareness about the infectious lung disease tuberculosis, which kills some 1.5 million people each year, mainly in developing countries. The global event marks Dr. Robert Koch’s discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis as the cause of TB on March 24, 1882. Koch was a German physician known as the founder of modern...Read More → about World TB Day at Colorado State University
The Foundation pursues its mission by promoting collaboration between researchers and educators via the funding of program development and program evaluations in education. Currently, the Foundation is particularly focused on evaluating the effectiveness of programs designed to promote positive cognitive and/or achievement outcomes for children (birth through 18 years) from underserved groups and/or low-resourced communities (minority ethnic groups,...Read More → about Brady Education Foundation Program Grant
Applied Physiology Camp is a hands-on academic day camp for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have a strong interest in science and are considering pursuing a career in a health-related field such as medicine, physical or occupational therapy, health and exercise science, or in scientific research. The camp blends exciting concepts in physiology and neurology...Read More → about Applied Physiology Camp
Muscles Alive! is a neuroscience educational outreach program. It is an extension of research topics and techniques used in the Neuromuscular Function Lab at Colorado State University. The program uses hands-on, kid-friendly equipment to perform experiential demonstrations to teach 4th-12th graders about how their brain communicates with their muscles and how their muscles communicate with...Read More → about Muscles Alive!
The Brain Awareness Week (BAW) program at CSU consists of multiple events each spring semester and typically impacts over 1000 middle and high school students. Volunteers from CSU travel to local schools and provide neuroscience education through interactive, hands-on stations. Topics include sensory systems, neurological diseases, brain trauma and human and animal neuroanatomy. Most volunteers...Read More → about Brain Awareness Week
Brings together collaborative researchers from across Colorado State University to work together on our most pressing global problems. Every two years a group of research teams will be seeded with $200,000 over two years and provided infrastructural support to seek partners and resources. These relationships will nurture the creation and delivery of solutions in energy,...Read More → about Catalyst for Innovative Partnerships (CIP) program