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She’s a hotshot: Sarah Whipple leads citizen science efforts

Sarah Whipple is an expert on insects after taking a leadership role in CSU-backed bioblitzes.

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Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene symposium April 24-25

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability’s Global Challenges Research Team is hosting a two-day symposium on environmental justice.

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Day of Giving: 24 hours of Loving Your State

CSU’s third annual Love Your State Day of Giving is Wednesday, April 19.

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Research scientist Gillian Bowser lauded for commitment to diversity in science

Gillian Bowser will receive the Commitment to Human Diversity in Ecology Award from the Ecological Society of America.

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Two undergraduates in the running for Truman Scholarship

Two Colorado State University juniors were recently named finalists for a Truman Scholarship.

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Construction of Smith Natural Resources Building addition kicks off in May

An addition to the Michael Smith Natural Resources Building is coming.

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SoGES Director Diana Wall receives top honor from Ecological Society of America

CSU’s Diana Wall was recognized by the Ecological Society of America, which announced that she will receive its highest honor, the 2017 Eminent Ecologist Award.

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CSU, Mexican university students partner to host educational BioBlitz in Mexico

Colorado State University students in the Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology semester education abroad program at the CSU Todos Santos Center held a BioBlitz and wildlife biology festival for students within the local community.

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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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Forest health survey: 834 million standing dead trees in Colorado

A new report from the Colorado State Forest Service found the number of dead trees standing in Colorado forests has increased almost 30 percent.

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