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Daily Archives: October 1, 2014
CSU and CU researchers found soil microbes that thrive from deserts to rainforests living beneath New York City.
Temple Grandin and Gary Smith are both CSU animal sciences professors and respected national leaders in animal welfare and meat sciences. Now, they have both committed to help fund a new building and cutting-edge programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
New faculty member Garrett Ayers lends a bold new interpretation to the Tennessee Tennessee Williams classic that is said to reflect Williams’ own, unhappy family background.
Everyday Hero Laura Snowhite is known for willingly and cheerfully taking on added projects. She loves working for CSU. “I’ll work here as long as they let me stay,” she says.
CSU researchers recently tested a homemade biofuel made by eastern Colorado farmers in the University’s Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory.