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Jason Kosovski

Jason Kosovski

DARE alumna receives named professorship

When Julie Mueller graduated with her Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics in 2007, she planned on becoming a professor, but did not expect to find herself in a college of business.

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Temple Grandin and Gary Smith among 25 industry icons

As part of its 125th anniversary celebration, National Provisioner, a leading meat industry magazine, has included CSU Animal Sciences Professors Temple Grandin and Gary Smith on the list of the top 25 individuals who have helped transform the meat industry over the last 25 years.

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Horticulture professor brings best practices to Guatemala

Steve Newman, professor of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, spends time traveling to other countries to share best practices and learn from producers in other parts of the world.

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Third-graders learn about food and farming at Ag Adventure

For 15 years, groups of third-grade students have taken buses to ARDEC, a working research farm four miles north of the CSU campus, as part of Ag Adventure, a hands-on learning experience led by CSU students.

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Equine reproduction leaders receive 2016 Livestock Leader Award

Vaughn and Jill Cook, the former owners of Royal Vista Equine, Inc., received the 2016 Livestock Leader Award in recognition of their leadership in the field of equine reproduction and their commitment to hiring CSU graduates.

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Internationally recognized potato researcher takes the helm of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management

Amy Charkowski, an expert in potato pathogens, is the new head of the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management.

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Temple Grandin delivers lecture at American Academy of Arts and Sciences induction ceremony

Temple Grandin, CSU professor of animal sciences, delivered the keynote lecture to new inductees and current members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences on Oct. 9 in Boston, Mass.

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Landscape architecture students’ work published

When associate professor Kelly Curl’s landscape architecture students begin their professional careers, many will have a unique distinction – that they are already published authors.

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Cross-college collaboration leads to watershed pyrogenic carbon research breakthroughs

A group of researchers from five departments within four colleges at Colorado State University, as well as one federal agency has determined how carbon produced by fire moves through the environment by water erosion.

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CSU Ag Day: Sept. 17 – Football, feast, farewell to Hughes

As the Colorado State University Rams prepare to take the field for their second home game on Sept. 17, a hungry crowd will take part in another Fort Collins tradition – Ag Day.

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