CSU students’ theses and dissertations produced from 1890 to current.
The Carpenter Papers document the emergence of river compacts and other important water-related legal issues in the U.S. West through letters, data, maps, diaries, legislation, reports and more.
Articles, books, and video clips, shared by the world famous animal scientist, Temple Grandin.
Since passage of Amendment 64 to the Colorado state constitution in 2012, the state has been in the forefront of regulating the use of marijuana, both for medical and for recreational purposes. Colorado State University’s library archive collects materials related to this historic event.
Wildlife slides by a photographer for the Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom television series. Over 700 animal species, including mammals, reptiles, birds, insects and aquatic wildlife, from six contents.
Student research projects in many disciplines, many involving student-faculty collaboration.