In honor of Labor Day, all City offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 7. Essential services such as Poudre Fire Authority 🚒, Fort Collins Police Services 👮🏽♀️ & City of Fort Collins Utilities 💡 will continue as usual, but Transfort services 🚍 will not be available.
For more info on holiday closures, see below. 👇🏼 Have a safe and fun Labor Day! 🎉
In honor of Labor Day, all City offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 7. The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, most recreation facilities and all library branches will also be closed. Edora Pool and Ice Center will maintain regular hours. The Gardens on Spring Creek will also remain open.
Color-coded biosensor illuminates in real time how viruses attack hosts
Hijacking the host: CSU researchers are using color-coded biosensors to visualize and understand how viruses attack host cells.
New experiments and computational models reveal in single-molecule detail how viruses initiate translation of genetic material into proteins.
Want to hear the latest updates about COVID-19 in Fort Collins and Larimer Count…
Want to hear the latest updates about COVID-19 in Fort Collins and Larimer County, including Colorado State University?
Join local leaders for a Community COVID Briefing on Thursday, October 1 featuring updates on current cases, testing and surveillance, and the ways the City of Fort Collins, CSU and Larimer County Department of Health and Environment are working together to protect public health and slow the spread of the virus. Panelists will include:
▪️Darin Atteberry – City Manager, City of Fort Collins
▪️Tom Gonzales – Public Health Director, Larimer County
▪️Joyce McConnell – President, Colorado State University
🗓️: Thursday, October 1, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
CSU ranks high on Sierra magazine’s ‘Cool Schools’ green ranking
CSU ranked seventh out of 312 in Sierra Magazine’s #CoolSchool2020 Green Ranking 👏 The criteria include: 🌱 environmentally focused curriculum
🌱 student engagement with environmental activism
🌱 renewable energy and waste management operations
For the seventh consecutive year, CSU is one of the nation’s most sustainable higher education institutions, according to the Sierra Club’s official magazine.
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