CSU Assistant Professor Rebecca Niemiec is a principal investigator for this new project.
HDNR assistant professor David W. Knight, collaborates with WalletHub to share which states should be on your road trip list this summer. Read more to find out details about the best safety measures, scenery, and affordable trips available in each state.
Colorado’s social environment is far more conducive to wolf recovery than states like Montana and Idaho.
Two Colorado State University students have earned David L. Boren Awards from the National Security Education Program, a federal initiative designed to support students interested in national security and linguistics.
While the COVID-19 pandemic pushed people to stay apart, Kaili Schroeder took it as an opportunity to connect with others – through virtual meditation and diversity and inclusion work – and with nature.
Kathryn Rudd wants to work in local community engagement for natural resources after graduation.
As part of the learning process, there’s a lot of “unlearning” involved about assumptions that students have been taught in history and other classes.
What are some of the innovations that we can expect to see within the ski industry as it adapts to climate change? Dr. Natalie Ooi and other industry experts weigh in on the future of skiing in a recent Wall Street Journal story.
The National Science Foundation has granted over $700,000 to a team of scientists at Colorado State University to study the decision-making process involving community wildfire protection, the efficacy of risk mitigation and the relationships between local, state and federal actors in wildfire management across Colorado.