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Anne Ju Manning

Anne Ju Manning

Faculty mentor Greg Florant inspires Richter family to give back to CSU

In honor of their daughter and the mentorship and education she received at CSU, the Richter family has established a planned gift to fund future undergraduate biology fellowships.

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Families invited to campus for Engineering Exploration Day

On Feb. 6, high school students can take an inside look at the different majors and fields of engineering through tours, department overview sessions, panel discussions and exposure to student projects.

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When parents act badly: Book explores ‘parental alienation’

In a new book, CSU social scientists are shedding light on the understudied problem of parental alienation.

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Why white, older men are more likely to die of suicide

An important factor in white men’s psychological brittleness and vulnerability to suicide once they reach late life may be dominant scripts of masculinity, aging and suicide, a CSU psychology researcher says.

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Tom Rovis named a ‘highly cited researcher’

Thomson Reuters publishes the annual list that represents “some of the world’s most influential scientific minds.”

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Salty sea spray affects the lifetimes of clouds, researchers find

Ice particles from sea spray affect the phase structure of clouds and their radiative impacts, a new study reveals.

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Report shows benefits, risks of stormwater and graywater

Sybil Sharvelle served on a 12-member national committee charged with addressing the benefits and challenges of stormwater and graywater as supplemental water sources.

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Car designed by engineering alumna puts paralyzed racer back in driver’s seat

Alumna Noel Marshall is lead engineer on an Arrow Electronics project that’s allowing a quadriplegic former racer to drive again.

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Omar Abdulla, College of Engineering

Biomedical engineering grad wants to be a ‘jusour’ – a bridge – for others.

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Small satellites to pave way for future space-borne weather observations

Supported by NASA, researchers are creating the next generation of environmental monitoring satellites, at a fraction of the typical size and weight scale.

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