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Tourism student awarded trip to Colorado Governor's Tourism Conference

Vitoria Dante was recently awarded a scholarship to attend the Colorado Governor's Tourism Conference, an honor rarely bestowed upon an undergraduate student. Vitoria is a B.S. Natural Resource Tourism student with a concentration in Global Tourism and will be matriculating to CSU's Master of Tourism Management this spring.

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The Battle Against Crowded Ski Hills

The graduate certificate in Ski Area Management's program coordinator, Natalie Ooi, PhD was recently interviewed by Outside Magazine on what ski areas are doing to combat over-use and crowding. Ooi shared that many within the ski industry are moving away from walk-up ticket sales.

Anthropomorphism Favors Coexistence, Not Deadly Domination

CSU researchers Manfredo and Don Carlos' work on how anthropomorphism is changing the social context of modern wildlife conservation was recently highlighted by Psychology Today. They found that anthropomorphism is strongly associated with increasing mutualist wildlife values which is not aligned with the ethics of traditional wildlife management.

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