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Tag "Office of Engagement"

How land-grant universities can help redesign the food system

Professor Nancy Creamer will discuss how land-grant universities can engage in a redesign of the food system.

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Provost’s Council for Engagement spotlight: Neil Grigg

This month we meet Neil Grigg, professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.

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First online Systems Engineering Ph.D. grad leads the way for 80 peers

Like many other students who work full time, Brian Gallagher said without the online option he may never have been able to fit a doctorate into his already busy schedule.

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Water For People CEO to speak at CSU World Water Day celebration

Keep water flowing for generations to come topic for international expert.

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Identifying key resources for aging-related services

Over the past year, a community resources team has been taking a hard look at the range of services available and how local residents access them. The collaboration includes members of the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities (PAFC), Larimer County Extension, and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) at Colorado State University.

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Provost’s Council for Engagement spotlight: Christine Fruhauf

Council members serve as champions for advancing the practice and recognition of engaged scholarship as fully embedded within CSU’s core teaching, research, and service missions.

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Why farmers and ranchers think the EPA Clean Water Rule goes too far

President Trump is expected to issue an executive order directing federal agencies to revise the Clean Water Rule, a major regulation published by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers in 2015.

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New Colorado 4-H Director Hired

Colorado State University Extension recently announced that is has named Jean Beeman Glowacki as the Director of 4-H Youth Development in Colorado.

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Colorado River flows will keep shrinking as climate warms

Research quantifies effects temperature and precipitation have on Colorado River flows.

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