Dr. Michael Brauer will be on campus Thursday, Feb. 26, at 4 p.m. in Clark A203, to speak on the global burden of disease from air pollution.
Daily Archives: February 23, 2015
Efforts to boost food production in Tanzania are causing a spike in the number of plague-ridden rodents.
Every Tuesday, Little Shop of Physics staff and students build science experiments from scratch.
Dr. Kenneth R. Tremblay, Jr., professor in CSU’s Department of Design and Merchandising, died peacefully at home with his family beside him, on Feb. 12, after a yearlong battle with cancer. Ken was born April 2, l953, at Quonset Point …
Dean of the College of Business and Colorado’s first Chief Innovation Officer will speak March 4.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will welcome industry experts, scholars, producers and policy-makers to the 2015 Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture this week at a daylong conference focusing water needs across the state of Colorado and the challenges created by increased demand for water from agriculture and consumers.
The “Advancing the Agriculture Economy Through Innovation” summit will be held March 18-20 at CSU’s Lory Student Center. The event will demonstrate the broad scope and significance of the industry within Colorado and the world, while connecting innovators prepared to reimagine its future.
CSU Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Kelly Curl recently served on an expert panel of judges who reviewed over 300 designs from over 40 states and 30 countries for a hedge maze design competition commissioned by the famous Stanley Hotel.