Research led by CSU alumna leads to a breakthrough in sage-grouse surveillance.
Researchers used GPS tracking data from more than 150 individual elephants followed over 17 years in the Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserve in northern Kenya.
Professor Chris Myrick leads tour to highlight the unique research done at CSU's Foothills Fish Laboratory.
Doctoral student Chris Vennum's unique study on Swainson's Hawks was featured in Cornell Lab of Ornithology's news.
A survey of faculty members by researchers at Colorado State University has found that respondents who participated in diversity and inclusion activities at the highest levels were more likely to identify themselves as non-white, non-male or the first generation in their family to attend college.
Two CSU undergraduates are among the 55 students from across the country to be named Udall Scholars in 2019.
Now in its fifth year of programming, the CSU Todos Santos Center hosts dozens of workshops, events, courses, research projects, and programs reaching thousands of students, faculty, and local community members on an ongoing basis.
Social scientist Rebecca Gruby had no idea her tweet would go viral, reaching more than one million people.
Job will track migratory songbirds and will also interview people who share the land with these birds.