Lindsay Mason

Director – Off-Campus Life

“Lindsay has embodied the values of inclusion, integrity, respect, service, and social justice in all her work …. her commitment to creating a welcoming, warm, and inclusive environment for all students, staff, and community partners is simply unparalleled. Linsay consistently demonstrates a deep respect for the diverse backgrounds, identities, and experience of the students and colleagues she works with and goes above and beyond to ensure that every individual feels valued and heard.”


Brian Newell

Research Scientist/Scholar II – Analytical Resources Core

“As research continues to evolve and take new directions, Brian is always making an effort to stay up to date with the latest applications and technology to make sure he can support his users the best he can. He is always looking for training and professional development opportunities to stay at the forefront of his field, and hosts workshops to CSU students and researchers outside of CSU to transfer his …knowledge, …skills, and techniques in XRD…to ensure we continue to be a state-of-the-art facility.”


Christine Haase

Executive Assistant – Dean’s Office, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

“Unequivocally Chris is thoughtful, tireless, and outstanding in her support and service roles. Equally, however, Chris is a leader. Her leadership tracks to her quiet commitment to excellence, her work ethic, her compassion for people, her consummate integrity and an ability to find common ground. She is a shining example of what it means to be a servant-leader.”


Katheryn Chen

Research Associate III – Soil and Crop Sciences

“Kat is open-minded and seamlessly engages with the public, CSU students, lab- mates, scientists, and USDA leadership. She is professional, intellectual, and always contributes beyond expectations for team activities. For the Three Sisters video she added text and video footage that acknowledge contributions of Native American communities to these agricultural practices. She is currently involved in developing educational content for outreach to underserved communities, including a project for high school students at Spur. She is also working on an eBook on Understudied Indigenous Crops, regionally important crops that have been overlooked in research and commerce but are significant in marginal agricultural environments.”


Terry DeZeeuw

Senior Associate Athletic Director – Health and Performance

“Terry is an individual who continually aspires to be a partner with student- athletes as they pursue their academic and athletic goals. Terry is a great listener and always makes time for staff and student-athletes seeking guidance or support. He is a great listener, approachable, leads by example to internal and external stakeholders, and is respected by not only his direct supervisees, but also by colleagues… Terry’s clinical abilities, leadership skills, and administrative talents have delivered an athletic training staff and level of care of our student-athletes unsurpassed by any university in the country.”