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Media Tip Sheet: CSU experts available to discuss Animas River mine spill

CSU experts are available to discuss a variety of topics related to the mine waste spill that has impacted the Animas River in southwestern Colorado.

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Ice cream and outreach: Open house a hit

The CSU and greater Fort Collins communities came together Wednesday for the annual Community Open House and Ice Cream Social.

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Atmospheric science student seeks to unlock secrets of Arctic clouds

Adele Igel, a graduate student in CSU’s Department of Atmospheric Science, recently visited Stockholm University, where she worked with Professor Annica Ekman and her research group to study Arctic clouds.

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ASCENT Fund supports student’s research contributions in Ireland

Atmospheric science doctoral student Christina McCluskey is currently participating in a research study being conducted at the Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station (Carna, Ireland), a coastal site near an oceanic region of seasonally prominent biological activity.

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Mahmoud selected to participate in National Academy of Engineering symposium

Hussam Mahmoud, assistant professor in the CSU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is among 89 young engineers selected to take part in the National Academy of Engineering’s 21st annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering (USFOE) symposium in September.

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2015 Atlantic hurricane season still well-below average

CSU researchers call for only five more named storms, one major hurricane through November.

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CSU receives $12 million for urban water sustainability research

Mazdak Arabi and colleagues from the College of Engineering lead a consortium of 14 universities in the search for solutions to protect complex water systems.

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q-bio Summer School comes to CSU

Talks, lectures, poster sessions, mentored projects and a symposium are all part of this event for those working at the interface of biology, mathematics/statistics, and the physical sciences.

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CSU, Fort Collins energy innovation showcased at Smithsonian

Researchers and inventors featured in Places of Invention exhibit in Washington, D.C., which will be open through 2020.

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CSU lands $2 million NSF grant to revamp engineering education

Colorado State University is one of only six schools in the country that has just been charged by the National Science Foundation with retooling the way engineering and computer science are taught.

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