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Early career researcher lands multiple NASA grants to support global remote sensing research

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.

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Warner College student selected as Udall Scholar

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.

Beyond COVID: Virtual hydrology field trip means accessibility

Online teaching in the era of COVID-19 can seem like a hurdle, but for instructors in the Sustainable Watersheds (WR 304) course, it was an opportunity for collaboration, science outreach and expanding accessibility to natural resources through a multi-video, virtual hydrology field trip.

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Warner College student selected as Udall Scholar

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.

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WCNR peer support group offers students virtual outlet

Warner students are invited to share their experiences and challenges with other students in an online discussion group set up for a virtual conversation. This series will be facilitated by academic advisor Jacqie Hasan and will occur weekly throughout the semester, starting next Monday from 7 to 8pm. Each week is centered around a topic.