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Greenhouse gases heat up new degree

As industries from agricultural to manufacturing work to confront climate change issues, a new job market is emerging for professionals who can accurately quantify and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of businesses.

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Researcher: Analysis of GMO labeling initiative unbiased

A new citizens’ review of the initiative to require labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) was largely fair and unbiased, according to a CSU researcher.

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Spacing out: CSU researchers involved in recent NASA Earth science missions

2014 is shaping into a big year for NASA’s Earth science missions – and for researchers at Colorado State University who’ve been involved in some of the projects.

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Amy Van Dyken’s Way: CSU renames street after Olympic legend

Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has won six Olympic gold medals – including a record four in the 1996 Summer Games. She’s been inducted into numerous halls of fame, thrown out the first pitch at a Colorado Rockies game and even been featured on a Wheaties box.

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Faculty as agents of educational transformation: New tools, opportunities

New tools and opportunities for more effective teaching will be presented at the ALL Faculty Meeting, Oct. 21 at noon in the main Ballroom of Lory Student Center.

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Summit Hall shines in sustainability thanks to students and staff

While most “green” buildings are recognized for their sustainable design and construction, more are gaining recognition for showcasing sustainable practices in a different way – one that involves the attitudes and behaviors of the people who use the buildings.

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Governor’s race debate at CSU

With less than a month to Election Day, the two top candidates vying for the Colorado governor’s seat squared off in a debate at Colorado State University.

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Pet Health: Vaccination prevents disease

Reduce your pet’s chance of getting a disease by knowing this vaccination information.

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The hallowed, haunted halls of Colorado State

CSU has a rich history in academics – and ghost stories.

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Televised governor’s debate at CSU: Hickenlooper and Beauprez

With less than month to election day, the two top candidates vying for the governor’s seat will square off in a debate at CSU, which will be televised statewide. Photo credit: Coloradoan

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