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Kortny Rolston

Kortny Rolston

Chemical bonds: Graduate honors CSU chemistry professor

Kyle Kung, a CSU alumnus, has created the Nancy E. Levinger Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Chemistry.

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For the birds: CSU 3D lab prints bird decoys for field study

A biology professor hopes the decoys will enable her to better tag and track elusive canyon and rock wrens.

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CSU student honored by international aeronautics association

Ciprian Dumitrache, who is earning a doctorate in mechanical engineering, recently received a prestigious award.

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Making waves: CSU professor part of team studying ocean waves

Karan Venayamagoorthy, a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, helped collect wave and turbulence data in the South China Sea.

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Campus Recreation brings home honors

Colorado State University Campus Recreation recently returned from the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association’s annual conference with a bevy of honors and awards. Erin Patchett and Jason Foster, two CSU professional staff members, received this year’s Research and Assessment Read More

New graduate program tackling “big data”

GAUSSI teaches students in a variety of fields to crunch complex biological data.

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A new Internet for the new millennium

A CSU computer science professor is helping to develop a new Internet architecture.

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Satellite sensor improving “night vision” for CIRA researcher

Steven Miller, deputy director of CIRA, is leading a team analyzing data from the novel sensor, which is orbitting the Earth on a NASA/NOAA satellite.

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Little Shop of Physics wows at Weather and Science Day

More than 12,000 Denver-area students learned about the science of baseball and weather during the annual event.

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Learn to be a better innovator at Innovation Symposium

CSU Ventures is sponsoring the thrid annual event, which is scheduled to take place May 1.

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