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Sarah Reed elected to SCB Board of Governors

Affiliate Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology faculty member Sarah Reed has been elected to the Society for Conservation Biology’s Board of Governors to serve as vice president for Programs.

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Geoscientists explore origins of Mackenzie Mountains

Warner College’s Schutt awarded $1.1 million grant to study formation of Canadian range far from tectonic plates.

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Shining stars of CSU’s graduating class share experiences

By the time the 13 graduation ceremonies on May 15-16 are finished and the thousands of photos have been snapped, more than 4,000 Colorado State University students will have received their diplomas.

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CSU confers degrees on Ram grads May 15-16

Colorado State University will confer degrees on more than 4,000 graduates at the spring 2015 commencement ceremonies May 15-16.

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Holly Stein named Geochemistry Fellow

Holly Stein, founder and director of CSU’s Center for Applied Isotope Research for Industry and Environment, has been named a Geochemistry Fellow by the Geochemical Society and The European Association of Geochemistry.

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Udall Foundation honors Warner College students

Two Warner College of Natural Resources students will receive honors from the Udall Foundation.

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Speaker to discuss extraterrestrial impacts

“Destructive Airbursts: from Tunguska to Chelyabinsk and beyond” will be presented at 4 p.m. on May 1 at the Natural Resources Building, Room 113.

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Lifting the lid on microbial ecology’s black box

Microbial Ecologist Ed Hall is on a mission to figure out what single celled species are up to and how they influence the life and ecosystems around them.

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OVPR announces first Interdisciplinary Scholarship Award winners

The Office of the Vice President for Research created the awards to encourage interdisciplinary research and creative artistry.

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CSU partnership helps stock university library in Ethiopia

More than 20,000 donated books shipped to Hawassa University through the efforts of CSU and dedicated volunteers.

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