The new cohort represents 15 departments and units and six colleges at CSU.
In 2018 and 2019, CSU Associate Professor of Political Science Marcela Velasco led a study to understand the complex relationships evolving among Indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities along Colombia’s Pacific coast that have endured decades of violent conflict.
The map shows effects from deforestation, mining, urbanization and increasing agriculture.
Design and Merchandising Associate Professor Sonali Diddi is leading an interdisciplinary team of CSU researchers to better understand the fashion industry’s carbon footprint.
The program prepares future thought leaders with science communication and career development training.
Case studies focus on Baltimore, Bears Ears Natural Monument, the Klamath River watershed in the Pacific Northwest and Pembroke Township in northeastern Illinois.
CSU's Diana Wall is part of a team to unveil a new soil monitoring initiative that could help with creating new protection mechanisms for all lands.