Local Discovery, Global Impact
CSU is a research powerhouse, consistently counted among the top performing research universities in the nation – each year for the past decade posting more than $300 million in expenditures. Our researchers are leaders in atmospheric science, energy, water, veterinary and translational medicine, natural resources, chemistry, occupational therapy, and anthropology, and with ongoing and traditional strength in areas such as engineering and food production. Your support strengthens our ability to deliver research that benefits the global community across this broad range of disciplines.
How You Can Help
Support Research at CSU
Your gift towards programs and initiatives of the Office of the Vice President for Research supports the groundbreaking research driving Colorado State University’s emergence as a world-class research institution.
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Support Agricultural Sciences
Because of your generous contribution to our education, research, and outreach efforts, we will be able to continue our tradition of advancing the agriculture industry and upholding our land-grant mission. We greatly value your investment and will work hard to deliver on our promise to fuel relevant research, put knowledge to work locally and around the globe, and prepare new generations of agricultural leaders.
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Emerging Infectious Disease
In the wake of an emerging disease like COVID-19, what is unknown is often as scary as what is known. This fund aims to offer our communities what they need most in times like these – certainty. Your contribution will help CSU in its efforts to boost diagnostic testing, vaccine development, and community outreach programs related to emerging infectious pathogens.
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The Power of Philanthropy
CSU receives $2 million grant to help prevent future pandemics
August 18, 2021
Building on its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado State University has received a $2 million commitment from The Anschutz Foundation to further the development of new solutions for building resilience and agility in stopping infectious disease transmission among animals and people.
Recovering a $407 million research operation from a yearlong pandemic disruption
March 24, 2021
Last March, a campus normally humming with students shoulder-to-shoulder in labs, studios, classrooms and dining halls, went into sleep mode when nearly all campus operations moved to virtual settings where possible.
W.M. Keck Foundation awards CSU $1 million to study rare sugars fundamental to biology
March 4, 2021
A multidisciplinary team including an analytical chemist, an ecosystem scientist and two microbiologists at Colorado State University have received a $1 million award from the W.M. Keck Foundation to study rare sugars found in soil.