Generating, Analyzing, and Understanding Sensory and Sequencing Information

  • GAUSSI Faculty in the News, Professor Dan Sloan investigates plant genomes with two new grants!

  • Adam Heck awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.

  • Mike Mangalea and Nadia Vieira Sampaio awarded 2016 Graduate Student Showcase Top Scholar prizes

  • Zach Fox awarded VPR 2017 Fellowship in Scott College of Engineering

  • 2017-2018 GAUSSI fellowships awarded! Caleb Begly, Charlotte Cialek, Shaun Cross, Bridget Eklund, Jessie Filer, Mike Mangalea,  Alex Mauro, & Daniel Jonas.

GAUSSI Mountain Retreat, June 25 & 26, 2018

Our agenda is a work in progress, click here for a preview.


Registration for GAUSSI Summer Retreat at the CSU Mountain Campus.

Please email if you have questions.
  • Current CSU College that you are affiliated with.
  • Current degree, if applicable, you are pursuing
  • When will you be attending the retreat
  • All trainees attending are strongly encouraged to lead a discussion on their research in an informal and supportive environment. In addition, we are looking for ideas for other activities to include in the agenda. Help us make this retreat great!
  • A popular program at the Mountain Campus, we have made arrangements for facilitation of a HIGH elements ropes course activity on Monday morning (June 25) from 10am-12pm. The group will primarily work at a height of twelve to fifty feet above ground level, completing activities designed to enhance team building and personal growth. Risk taking, group problem solving, and leadership skills also are common focal points. All high elements require a safety mechanism called a "belay" system and helmet. There is a minimum of 14 participants or the activity will be cancelled.
  • We are hoping to coordinate carpooling arrangements to reduce the number of folks who drive/park at the CSU Mountain Campus. GAUSSI will provide reimbursement for mileage for trainees and faculty who transport 2 or more additional trainees or faculty to the retreat.
  • Provided for lodging assignments. Trainees will be grouped together in rooms of 3-4.
  • Option to request a roommate for the night, please provide up to 3 names. We will do our best to accommodate.
  • Dietary restrictions MUST be indicated here in order to be accommodated. Email with details if appropriate.
  • While residing at CSU Mountain Campus I agree to conform to standards of conduct which are consistent with the educational objectives and priorities of Colorado State University. I shall abide by law, University and Mountain Campus policy concerning the consumption of alcohol and illegal drugs. Respect and consideration for the rights of others must receive priority over other needs. Each resident is expected to respond appropriately to requests from staff, faculty, and fellow residents concerning behavior which does not honor this expectation. Failure to respond shall be grounds for eviction from the Campus, University Discipline, and/or legal action.
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