The winners of the 2022 Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium have been announced, and participants agreed that the annual event was rewarding on many levels.
Riding the bus at CSU is about to get greener. Transfort, the transit agency that serves CSU and is owned by the City of Fort Collins, is announcing the addition of two battery electric buses to its fleet as part of the City’s Transportation Electrification Plan and the EV Readiness Roadmap.
If you are a Colorado State University employee interested in bicycling to campus but have some concerns that prevent you from pedaling, there is a program to help alleviate those worries.
Since the annual Celebrate! Colorado State has grown beyond the capacity to acknowledge all award recipients at a single event, the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President held a separate private luncheon this year to recognize its recipients for distinguished teaching and scholarship, faculty excellence, service, advising and leadership-related awards on behalf of the academic enterprise.
In a recent article co-authored by Liba Pejchar, a professor in the Department of Fish, Wildlife & Conservatin Biology, they highlight the adoption of a more holistic approach when evaluating the impact of unconventional gas and oil production operations such as fracking.
Hydrology Days, a collaboration between Colorado State University and the American Geophysical Union, has brought together water experts to share cutting-edge research for 42 years. This year the conference returns to an in-person format.
Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.
In November 2020, Colorado voters approved Proposition 114, which mandated Colorado Parks and Wildlife develop a plan to start reintroducing gray wolves (Canis Lupus) to the western part of the state by 2023. The initiative passed narrowly with 50.9 percent of the Colorado public voting in favor.
We mourn for and celebrate HDNR Alumna Nina Roberts (Ph.D. – 2003), who passed on March 28th surrounded by friends and family. She peacefully transitioned after a courageous 2-year battle with pancreatic cancer. She made a lasting impact on many of the faculty who currently teach in HDNR and many more across the field of Human Dimensions of Wildlife and Conservation.