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Digging into a summer of soils

CSU soil scientists brought together researchers, practitioners and industry reps in summer workshops on soil health and ecology.

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Changes in conservation planning can benefit vulnerable mammals

A new multi-dimensional approach to setting wildlife conservation priorities will safeguard more animals.

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‘The best part was being outdoors:’ CO high school students explore mountains, prairie

Warner College of Natural Resources hosted 9th-12th graders as part of the Alliance STEM Institute, with a focus on Earth science and sustainability.

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Microbiome mind-meld

CSU’s Microbiome Network wants researchers to learn from each other across the disciplines and apply microbiomes to their respective fields of study.

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From Colorado to the Amazon rainforest

CSU’s John Spencer has spent the last 15 years studying leprosy.

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Connecting across the Americas

First One Health in the Americas Conference brings together people from Baffin Island to Tierra del Fuego.

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One Health Institute opens its doors at Colorado State University

The One Health Institute will officially open its doors on Thursday, Nov. 3.

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Leadership the Lubick way

Sonny Lubick, CSU’s famous football coach who is credited for changing the football program, producing winning players and seasons, and influencing countless lives during his 15 seasons as head coach is a different kind of coach today.

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Lectures aren’t lemons, but flip the classroom anyway

CSU is experimenting with some new classroom teaching models, designed to encourage ‘active learning.’

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