Warner College of Natural Resources grad combines love of outdoors with marketing savvy.
James Kennedy, a business leader and philanthropist, is being awarded an honorary degree for his remarkable impact at CSU.
Focus and determination power student athlete beyond injuries to degree in geology from Warner College of Natural Resources.
In a new study, researchers found that snow persistence can be used to map patterns of annual streamflow in dry parts of the western U.S.
The School of Global Environmental Sustainability has announced the selection of 20 early career researchers as Sustainability Leadership Fellows.
President Frank's message to campus on where we are in responding, and to share some thoughts as our semester comes to a close.
Highlights from CSU’s Center for Protected Area Management’s Fifth Annual Planning and Managing Tourism in Protected Areas Mobile Seminar.
Desert life depends on reliable access to water, but water can vary both in quantity and quality. People may be able to locate usable water sources and detect changes in the quality of sources they are already using by observing bats.