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Virtual internship inspires creativity and resilience

When you think of citizen science programs, you might picture sunny days, lush foliage and teamwork - not sitting behind a computer all day, yet this was the reality Sarah Viders, a junior ecosystem science and sustainability major, faced when the COVID-19 pandemic forced a typically in-person, hands-on internship with Native Bee Watch to a virtual one in Spring 2020.

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Mapping out rest stops for migrating birds

Colorado State University partners with the University of Delaware and other institutions to analyze the migration of birds. This newly studied metric called the 'stopover-to-passage ratio,' determines if a majority of birds are flying over a particular site or stopping at the site to refuel or rest.

What Cows Eat Affects Climate

Colorado State University assistant professor, Rebecca Niemic, speaks to The New York Times on the decision of wolf reintroduction and what it means for livestock and climate change.

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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.