Officials from the Warner College of Natural Resources and Colorado State Land Board joined with Colorado State Forest Service staff on June 24 to celebrate the completion of the agency’s new forest management headquarters.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
The very ingredients of summertime fun for people often cause anxiety, fear and illness in pets.
For the past 10 years, Dr. Jessica Quimby has pursued ways to help cats with kidney disease feel better and live longer. She’s looking for 20 cats for her new clinical trial on a “medicated goop” that stimulates appetite.
This June, 30 middle-school girls participated in the second annual offering of Fashion FUNdamentals at Colorado State University.
The smog chamber is just one tool Shantanu Jathar is deploying for his overarching research aim: to better understand emissions and the atmospheric processing of pollutants from a range of energy sources.
A gathering of friends and family will be held on Saturday, Aug.13, 2–4 p.m. in the Lory Student Center West Ballroom at CSU.
According to a new study led by CSU and Harvard University researchers, the total economic value of the National Park Service’s programs is estimated to be $92 billion.
Kim Kita, Director of Special Projects and Partnerships for CSU, shares her experience at the CSU Center at Todos Santos – in her own words.