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Tucci marries art and science in honors thesis

When considering honors thesis options Rachel Tucci married her love of science and art. The results are stunning and make a difference for endangered species.

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Incoming CSU student, Marine veteran competes on American Ninja Warrior

Before Dustin Fishman comes to Colorado State University in the fall, he will be one of the featured contestants on TV’s American Ninja Warrior, starting June 26.

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Taste of success: CSU alumna puts beer flavor on the map

Identifying flavors and judging the quality of craft beer just got easier thanks to a CSU alumna and a fellow scientist who are the brains behind the Beer Flavor Map. It’s a science-based analysis tool that is changing the way industry professionals and casual drinkers alike think about the taste, aroma, and mouthfeel of beer.

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Nishimura, Santangelo named 2017 Boettcher Investigators

The Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards honor early-career scientists.

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Schelly retires after 30 years of supporting people with disabilities

Believing that all people, regardless of age, abilities or challenges should have a shot at living life to the best of their abilities with the support they need to be successful has influenced Cathy Schelly’s amazing career at the Center for Community Partnerships in the Department of Occupational Therapy.

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English Professor Camille Dungy releases collection of literary essays

CSU Professor of English Camille Dungy, an award-winning author of four full-length poetry collections and the editor of three poetry anthologies, released her first collection of literary essays, Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys into Race, Motherhood, and History, on June 13.

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Notaros named Fellow of Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society

He was honored for his exceptional achievements and outstanding contributions in applied computational electromagnetics.

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National Academies names Raj Khosla to committee of Science Breakthroughs 2030

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has named Raj Khosla to the executive committee of Science Breakthroughs 2030, an initiative that will identify the most compelling scientific opportunities in food and agriculture in the next decade and beyond.

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African-American high school students gather for 25th annual Black Issues Forum

For the 25th year, African-American high school seniors from around the nation will research issues important to the African-American community during CSU’s Black Issues Forum.

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Apple features CSU air pollution research in new podcast series

The work of John Volckens and his team are front and center in the tech giant’s inaugural Higher Education Stories.

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