New research finds decreasing lit windows could reduce bird collisions by 60%.
Colorado’s social environment is far more conducive to wolf recovery than states like Montana and Idaho.
Posters and presentations from the virtual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity event are available online.
WCNR assistant professor Sean Gallen co-authored a new study that used radiocarbon dating to reveal the severity and impacts of natural disasters throughout the Mediterranean.
The National Science Foundation has granted nearly $400,000 to a team of scientists from Colorado State University, University of Colorado Boulder and University of Louisville. The study will investigate the impacts of social and environmental changes as a driver of human migration in Tanzania.
The Colorado research project has involved over 100 CSU undergrad and graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers.
The 21st annual CSU Diversity Symposium will be held Oct. 25-29, 2021, as a fully virtual event.
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.
When spatial ecologist Jody Vogeler arrived at Colorado State University in 2018 as a research scientist in the Natural Resource Ecology Lab, her temporary management of a remote sensing lab quickly evolved into building her own independent research group. Less than three years later, the Vogeler Research Group and collaborators have been awarded four separate NASA grants totaling over $3 million in project funds, among a variety of other funded research projects.
Diego Tovar, a junior in CSU’s Warner College of Natural Resources, was recently named a Udall Scholar, a prestigious honor recognizing those committed to careers focusing on the environment, Native American issues or health care.