The Soil Science Society of America is one of the most prestigious disciplinary organizations for soil scientists, and several faculty members in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences will receive honors this month.
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On Nov. 4, Gus Lee will give presentations on his book “With Schwarzkopf: Life Lessons of the Bear” which details his nearly 50-year friendship with Schwarzkopf and the radical and practical life lessons that he learned from the general.
CSU Alumnus Michael Klamm is the national cattle statistician at the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Stephen Coleman, an assistant professor of equine sciences who focuses on equine breeding and genetics, is one of the latest additions to the Equine Sciences and Breeding and Genetics programs in CSU’s Department of Animal Sciences.
National Medal of Science winner May Berenbaum will speak about the essential role that insects play in promoting plant biodiversity at the 16th annual Thornton-Massa lecture Nov. 1.
Next month Colorado State University will host the Range Beef Cow Symposium for the first time since 2007.
Maggie Weinroth, a CSU student pursing an animal science master’s degree focused on meat science, is spending fall 2015 as an intern for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s policy office in Washington, D.C.
On Oct. 13, the second highest-ranking official in the USDA will come to Fort Collins and CSU to meet with university leaders and students.
Customers of Colorado State University’s Meat Lab may have noticed not only a change in the lab’s website, but now the lab has a new name – Ram Country Meats