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Tag "Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources"

Discovering what shapes language diversity

A research team led by Colorado State University is the first to use a form of simulation modeling to study the processes that shape language diversity patterns.

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CSU students lead charge for university to sign renewable electricity pledge

CSU President Tony Frank signed a pledge Jan. 25 to commit the university to being powered by 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030.

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Conservation leadership students aim for change

Master’s students address global conservation issues with local market.

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Vail Resorts executive joins tourism faculty

Mark Gasta, former executive vice president of Vail Resorts, has joined the faculty of CSU’s Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources.

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Master of Tourism Management grads help steer Semester at Sea

Shami Loose and Hallie Smyth now part of Fort Collins-based SAS headquarters.

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Eco-minded musician Matt Luizza leaves CSU nest

Matt Luizza landed a fellowship with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service International Affairs program.

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CSU joins United Nations tourism program

CSU recently became an affiliate member in the United Nations World Tourism Organization.

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Massive database on human cultures, languages, and environment available to the public

D-PLACE – the Database of Places, Language, Culture and Environment, brings together information on the language, geography, culture and environment of more than 1,400 human societies.

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Center for Protected Area Management takes the stage at World Ranger Congress

The Center for Protected Area Management recently led two unique training courses for park rangers as part of the 8th World Ranger Congress.

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First female Namibian national park manager pursues studies at CSU

Monika Shikongo, the first woman to manage a Namibian national park, is a graduate student in the Conservation Leadership through Learning program.

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