This year's GIS Day will look at the intersection between mapping and social justice.
The students’ motto, “Voices of Optimism, Agents of Change,” will be showcased during multiple events at the climate talks.
CSU atmospheric scientists and engineers will study the aerobiome — microbes in the air — as part of a new $12.5 million NSF project.
Awards will be up to $5,000 each for individual proposals and up to $10,000 for team proposals.
"COVID has provided us with the perfect example of how we can't ignore animals or the environment,” said Dr. Angela Bosco-Lauth.
The inaugural cohort of CSU Leadership Fellows, developed by President Joyce McConnell and university leadership, will participate in a series of monthly professional development sessions where they can share challenges, successes, insights and experiences.
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.