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Colorado State University unveils Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau, a database assembling the expertise of CSU’s community of scholars and professionals, is coming to Colorado State University.

“Through this Speakers Bureau, we’ve created one more way for CSU to bring world-class information and knowledge to the people of Colorado,” said Tom Milligan, vice president of External Relations Tom Milligan.


Milligan added that over 200 faculty members will be participating in the service.

The Speakers Bureau identifies areas of expertise and creates a searchable online platform. Meeting planners can use the service to schedule CSU professors and others for speaking engagements with professional groups, reporters can use it for media inquiries and the public can use it to increase their engagement with the University on various topics.

The Speakers Bureau is also open for submissions and nominations of potential speakers.

Visit the Speakers Bureau website to browse the experts. For questions or additional information, email

Collegian Managing Editor Lawrence Lam can be reached at


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