CSU faculty who piloted new COVID-19 health protocols in classes over the summer are sharing additional insights for fall classes.
As Colorado State University prepares to implement new COVID-19 health protocols in fall classes starting Aug. 24, more faculty members have gotten a taste of what the new normal will be like as they tested the guidelines in their summer courses.
Computers are hard, but our IT Department is here to help. We're offering…
😢 Computers are hard, but our IT Department is here to help. 😇 We're offering two trainings to assist community members with Zoom for public participation at City Council meetings. 👇🏾
🌐 Tues., Sept. 29 | 4:30-5 p.m. | "Drop-In" Session & live troubleshooting with City IT | 🔗 https://zoom.us/j/95543456910
🌐 Thurs., Oct. 8 | Noon to 1 p.m. | Training & Q&A with City IT | 🔗 https://zoom.us/j/98683247585
Secondary students will also shift to Phase 3. We are pleased to be able to shar…
Secondary students will also shift to Phase 3. We are pleased to be able to share this update sooner than the week of Sept. 28, as originally communicated. You can also get more information about what meals and transportation will look like when PSD shifts to Phase 3 next month in this afternoon's update from Dr. Smyser. https://www.psdschools.org/node/1625
CSU secures $3.1 million from NIH to advance SolaVAX coronavirus vaccine research
Funding worth $3.1 million from the NIH was awarded to CSU scientists for the SolaVAX coronavirus vaccine candidate, which uses UV light to inactivate SARS-CoV-2.
Researchers at CSU have worked quickly and collaboratively to move this vaccine research forward.
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