As the pandemic continues, our agricultural economy, food supplies, and farm workforce have become key concerns. CSU researchers are contributing insights, as Colorado farmers and ranchers find ways to adapt – in some cases, by going local.
Banding together in crisis
Published July 10, 2020
Second of three special issues focused on COVID-19 response and recovery
Campus programs that provide food and emergency aid have moved into crisis response, as more low-income students struggle with cost-of-living expenses during the economic downturn. And donors are stepping up to help.
Researchers at Colorado State are in overdrive to battle COVID-19. In a Q&A, Alan Rudolph, the university’s vice president for research, describes ways his office supports the research effort to stanch this pandemic and future outbreaks.
In response to heightened national calls for racial equity and justice, CSU Athletics launched the Together Initiative. It supports Black student-athletes and pushes for societal change through concrete actions in the campus community.
Essays: Black Life in America
Rico Munn, past chair of the CSU System Board of Governors, traces his complicated relationship with America – a relationship in which he is outraged by injustice, but never surprised by it.
Camille T. Dungy, a CSU poet, essayist, and newly named University Distinguished Professor, finds racial trauma and triumph in the garden. She contemplates legacy pollutants dating to the earliest days of our nation.
Derrick Williams, a CSU Pueblo alumnus entering Harvard Medical School, earlier responded to racism with silence. Now, he challenges himself and others to help fulfill the promises in America’s founding documents.
Chancellor Tony Frank of the CSU System describes budgeting to benefit students, employees, and the state of Colorado.
President Joyce McConnell writes that equity-driven action will help Colorado State University recover from COVID-19.
President Becky Takeda-Tinker of CSU Global says teaming with business partners provides students with urgently needed learning.
President Timothy Mottet of CSU Pueblo lays out ways the university supports students and community during the pandemic.