On Thursday, March 3, the Public Lands History Center presents a spring American West Program event in which CSU Associate Professor Adrian Howkins will be discussing his new novel The Polar Regions: An Environmental History.
Daily Archives: February 25, 2016
Understanding the impact of changing allocations of water from agriculture to urban areas and policies aimed at conserving groundwater resources is an area of focus for CSU researchers who study water economics in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
In January, a group of 16 students traveled to Todos Santos, Mexico for wildlife conservation course FW 382 through the Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology. Located at the base of the foothills of the Sierra de La Laguna Mountains, on the Pacific Coast of Baja California Sur, Todos Santos is home to many endemic species, creating a unique learning environment for students.
Arts and the academics are seeing a new fusion come to life at The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) at Colorado State University.
The 2015-16 Fact Book, produced annually by Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness, is now available on the IRP&E website at: http://www.ir.colostate.edu/data-reports/fact-publications/factbook/
Two gifts — a treasured art collection and money to properly display the works -— have helped transform CSU’s Gregory Allicar Museum.
Formerly known as Campus Corps, the Colorado State University-based mentoring program Campus Connections recently changed its name to better represent its aim as an organization.
Last weekend, a few dozen Colorado State University Theatre students and faculty attended the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival regional event.
AACSB International, the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, has recognized CSU’s College of Business among 30 innovations that represent how business schools are innovating and diversifying the business education environment.