Temple Grandin, truly one of Colorado State University’s treasures, has received yet another well-deserved honor.

The CSU animal-welfare researcher and autism advocate has been named to the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame. She will be inducted in a ceremony March 8 at the Denver Marriott City Center.

Grandin received national attention in the past couple years when her early life and career were highlighted in an award-winning movie made by HBO. Last year, she was named among the 100 Most Influential People in the World by TIME magazine.