A Q&A with WCNR outstanding graduate Ayaka Paul, Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology department.
“When I joined the Army, I told them I would go to college. My parents came here to the United States from poverty in Mexico so they could have a better life for themselves and their kids could live the American dream.”
Colorado State University will celebrate the incredible resilience and outstanding achievements of the University’s Spring and Summer 2022 graduates at in-person commencement ceremonies May 13-15.
“I grew up self-reliant, and my successes and failures were all my own, but here I have others investing in my success too, and I can’t even express what that means to me. I couldn’t be more grateful to my mentors, who wrote strong recommendations for me and encouraged and helped me every step of my journey so far.”
Colorado State University undergraduate senior Ayaka Paul recently published a paper in the New Phytologist journal after attending a summer undergraduate research program in 2020 at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, a high-altitude biological field station located near Crested Butte, Colorado.
Warner College has established the John P. Hayes Leadership award to recognize his leadership of the College as Dean.
From “Lights Out” campaigns and mounted GPS systems, BirdCast is committed to saving birds from life-threatening light pollution. Kyle Horton, assistant professor in FWCB and BirdCast team member, highlights findings from a recent study analyzing bird migration patterns in response to city light pollution.
Lina Xiong, assistant professor in the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources department at Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University, was recently awarded the APACC Award for Outstanding Faculty 2022 from the CSU’s Asian Pacific American Cultural Center.
In the summer of 2021, Kay Nguyen was on her way to spend three months in Rwanda to study the youth career aspirations in and around Volcanoes National Park. However, just three weeks after arriving in Rwanda, a nation-wide COVID-19 lockdown was mandated.
Colorado State University will officially begin to observe Juneteenth on Monday, June 20. Yesterday, a Colorado state bill was signed into law to officially establish Juneteenth — June 19 — as a legal state holiday in Colorado.