Vedder's work has centered on understanding mountain gorillas in central Africa.
The Sustainability Leadership Fellows program helps early career scientists have a greater impact and think more expansively about their work and its role in the world.
If scientists can identify what has been lost and retained here in the U.S., farmers, ranchers and communities can make more informed choices about managing their lands and the species that depend upon them.
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.
Dr. Yvonne Cagle, NASA astronaut and a family physician, will provide the keynote address.
A team of Colorado State University researchers is partnering with the City of Fort Collins and the Audubon Rockies Habitat Hero program to encourage Front Range residents to replace lawns with native plants and encourage neighbors to do the same.
A new continuing education program helps foresters develop the art and science of forest management.
Geoscientist Sara Rathburn wades in the space where science and student success flow together.