Grass-Cast was designed for ranchers and land managers in the Northern Plains.
On ordinary days, student workers are a reliable source of knowledge for patrons at the Morgan Library Help Desk. On these extraordinary days, they are indispensable.
As day-to-day interactions have been disrupted by COVID-19, communal howling offers a way to express both joy and grief – and can include coyotes.
“Creativity” came to the fore to make Colorado State University’s annual showcase of undergraduate research a reality this year.
Human-wildlife impacts are among the earth’s most pressing conservation challenges, and an ecologist at Colorado State University is studying how to reduce those impacts.
The research pinpointed basins around the world most at risk of not having enough water available at the right times for irrigation.
The Global Challenges Research Teams will be funded for two years, with each team receiving $30,000.
Brianne Lauro was recently awarded the highly competitive Harry S Truman Scholarship! We are proud of her accomplishments, and applaud her passion for and commitment to conservation.
For the third time in five years, the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation is recognizing undergraduates from CSU as Truman Scholars.