The Academy of STEM Scholars is a student-led initiative sponsored by the Office for Undergraduate Research and Artistry. This program was established by a group of undergraduates just like you. The purpose is to bring students and researchers together in research positions around campus.
The Academy of Cultural Research Scholars includes an interdisciplinary group of undergraduates who have a common passion for understanding and protecting our cultural heritage and resources. This academy is currently engaged in the Dearfield Dream Project, in Eastern Colorado.
The Academy of Historical Research Scholars includes an interdisciplinary group of undergraduates who have a common passion for understanding and preserving Colorado's Historical Legacy. Several campus scholars programs are currently engaged in research related to several of Colorado's ghost towns including.
The Academy of Sustainability Scholars includes an interdisciplinary group of undergraduates who have a common passion for understanding and preserving our environment. Participants have trained under the direction of the National Phenology Network (NPN) which collects phenological data from around the country to monitor climate change in North America.
The Rocky Mountain Sustainability and Science Network Summer Academy, headquarted in CSU's Office for Undergraduate Research and Artistry, is held each summer at the Murie Center in Grand Teton National Park.
The iGEM Foundation fosters scientific research and education through organizing and operating the iGEM Competition, the premier student synthetic biology competition that challenges students to design and build a new bio-based system that could clean up pollutants, detect cancer, compute structure of new protein, to name just a few.