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Kaori Keyser, born to be an Eco Leader

CSU freshman Kaori Keyser tackled her first sustainability project when she was in grade school.

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Supervisor Development Program off to a great start

The Supervisor Development Program was launched in January due to the important role supervisors have in the retention of employees.

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Wayne McIlwraith: transforming the field of equine orthopaedic surgery

Renowned equine orthopaedic surgeon and researcher Dr. Wayne McIlwraith was the featured speaker at the President’s Community Lecture Series.

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The numbers tell the story of The Conversation

CSU partnership provides platform for research through The Conversation.

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The Women & Gender Collaborative: Unlocking the Power of Genuine Dialogue

Finding opportunities to connect with and better understand others, especially among those with different social identities or world views, can sometimes feel like an exercise in futility. The Women and Gender Collaborative wants to help change that.

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The extraordinary return of sea otters to Glacier Bay

Using a new approach, CSU researchers discovered that the Glacier Bay sea otter population grew more than 21 percent per year between 1993 and 2012.

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‘Exquisite resolution:’ Microscopes illuminate hidden, intracellular worlds

CSU’s Microscope Imaging Network is a centrally funded consortium of research microscopes for live- or fixed-cell biological imaging.

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Panel discussion on ‘Re-envisioning the CSU Faculty’ set for April 27

CSU’s Center for the Study of Academic Labor is sponsoring a panel discussion titled “Re-envisioning the CSU Faculty” at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 27, in the Morgan Library Event Hall.

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HBO movie premiering this week inspired by CSU alumna’s book

The movie is based on Rebecca Skloot’s 2010 book about Henrietta Lacks.

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Learning across cultures: OT hosts students from Yamagata, Japan

Recently, the Department of Occupational Therapy hosted students and faculty from its sister school in Yamagata, Japan. The week offered excitement along with a diverse mix of educational and experiential activities.

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