Meet Steven, a graduate of CSU’s education sciences master’s program, who now teaches English at Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School in Fort Collins.
Daily Archives: April 6, 2016
A new analysis published in the prestigious journal Nature, led by Keith Paustian, CSU professor of soil and crop sciences, describes how changes in land-use practices can help reduce the levels of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and methane in the atmosphere.
The College of Business celebrates April 14 as Business Day, an annual event that brings business leaders to campus for both formal and informal interaction with students, faculty and the entire campus community. This year’s presentations will be on the theme of ethics.
Supported by the EPA, the researchers will conduct an analysis incorporating meteorological uncertainty into predictions of increased dust, as well as smoke from fires.
The highly competitive awards go to outstanding students who wish to pursue careers in science, mathematics and engineering.