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Rams Come Together to Support Giving Tuesday
On Giving Tuesday, Rams Against Hunger asked for help and our Colorado State University community gave generously. Thousands of Rams answered the call to provide more than 8,500 meals to the three in 10 CSU students struggling with food insecurity. Your generosity means these students can focus on their studies, making friends, and getting the full Colorado State University experience instead of where their next meal is coming from. To everyone who gave to Rams Against Hunger on Giving Tuesday, thank you.
Didn’t give on Giving Tuesday? There’s no need to wait until next year. Rams Against Hunger still needs your help providing meals to students experiencing food insecurity, and you can make an impact and help a student get a nutritious meal any time of the year. Click below to learn more about Rams Against Hunger and to give.
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Colorado State University to provide grants for communities coexisting with wolves
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CSU is partnering with ranchers in rural communities to develop sustainable approaches to help reduce conflict with wolves. As part of those efforts, CSU plans to offer a series of grants through the Wolf Conflict Reduction Fund to support ranching livelihoods in landscapes with wolves.
After finding success in CSU’s Landscape Design & Contracting program, donor hopes to help others forge a similar path
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The Designscapes Colorado CEO hopes to grow new talent for the industry through funding for coordinator position and endowment.
CSU Athletics Receives $5 Million Gift from Bohemian Foundation for Women’s Athletics
September 6, 2022
On the 50th anniversary of Title IX, as part of Colorado State Athletics’ “Impact 50” campaign, a significant moment of impact has arrived in the form of the largest singular gift devoted solely to women’s athletics in Mountain West history.