Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence (PRSE)

The PRSE designation provides enhanced visibility and enables advocacy in the context of the larger research and training missions of CSU. The Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence (PRSE) designation at Colorado State University was initiated in 1991 and this call builds on that 25 year history of recognition. Programs are awarded this designation because they have achieved great distinction and set a standard for excellence in research, teaching and service that may serve as a model for programs throughout the institution and externally. An annual graduate fellowship allocation from the Graduate School will accompany the PRSE designation. Additional funds will be made available to PRSE-designated programs through an annual OVPR competition mechanism.

Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology LaboratoryThomas (Tod) Hansen
Atmospheric Sciences and Cooperative Institute for Research in the AtmosphereJeffery Collett
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Graduate and Research ProgramJennifer DeLuca
Cancer Biology and Comparative OncologySusan Bailey and Douglas Thamm
Center for Advanced MagneticsMingzhong Wu
Center for Extreme Ultraviolet Science and TechnologyJorge Rocca
Center for Interdisciplinary Mathematics and StatisticsHaonan Wang
Center for Literary PublishingStephanie G’Schwind
Chemical and Molecular SciencesChuck Henry
Graduate Degree Program in EcologyRuth Hufbauer
High Energy Physics and Particle AstrophysicsRobert Wilson
Human Performance / Clinical Research LaboratoryBarry Braun
Infectious Disease Research and Response NetworkCandace Mathiason
Institute for the Built EnvironmentBrian Dunbar and Elicia Ratajczyk
Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences ProgramNoreen Reist
Musculoskeletal Research ProgramWayne McIlwraith
Natural Resource Ecology LaboratoryJohn Moore
Occupational Therapy ProgramAnita Bundy
The Public Lands History CenterJared Orsi
Water Science and Engineering for Global SolutionsNeil Grigg and Mazdak Arabi
Wheat Research, Outreach and Education ProgramEsten Mason and Punya Nachappa