New research finds decreasing lit windows could reduce bird collisions by 60%.
Award-winning foreign correspondent Charlie D’Agata (B.A., ’90) gives credit for his extraordinary career to the journalism education he received at CSU.
While severe droughts, hurricanes, rising oceans and climate migration can seem new and unique to our time, past crises carry important lessons about how changing climates can destabilize human societies.
Getting into veterinary school is a highly competitive goal. This year 200 students applied to this 14 slot program. This collaborative program is able to makes the prospect less daunting for Alaskans by joining forces with another university.
"A human will know to stop after one gummy bear, but a dog will eat as much as they can, and then they come in with a range of systems from mildly impaired to unconscious and barely able to breathe. For the most part, they recover pretty well." -Dr. Tim Hackett
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The funding will help CSU create the Rockies/Plains Energy Accelerator for Commercializing Hardtech (REACH), in collaboration with Innosphere Ventures, the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, and 22 other committed ecosystem partners.
Volunteers at CSU events usually are alumni or individuals employed by the University. Two delightful exceptions are a couple who spent their careers as educators in Alaska. They retired to the Fort Collins area and became active volunteers.
Andrew Huebert, a graduate student studying cognitive psychology at Colorado State University, was selected as a recipient of the 2020 Psychonomic Society’s Graduate Travel Award.
In March, the board of The Dance Archive announced that Professor Chung-Fu Chang was named a 2021 Legends of Dance. The board received nine nominations reflecting the thriving Colorado dance community.