CSU graduate Mo Lundin collaborated with Assistant Professor Sara Petrita Bombaci on the paper, which involved surveying outdoor recreation leaders to highlight practices currently being used to support LGBTQ+ inclusion and accessibility
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If Joel Berger would have known the roundtrip trek to Nepal’s Mount Everest base camp would involve 134 miles of hiking, he said he might not have agreed to attend the “World’s Highest Climate Summit.”
Courtney Schultz, an associate professor of forest and natural resource policy, is traveling to Washington, D.C., to speak with the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry’s Subcommittee on Conservation, Climate, Forestry, and Natural Resources to discuss Colorado State University’s extensive work related to climate change.
CSU Professor Joel Berger has traveled around the globe studying species in the Arctic, Bhutan, Mongolia and Namibia. Now, the renowned wildlife conservation biologist is heading near the world’s highest point.
“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.”
“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.”
Two Colorado State University students have earned David L. Boren Awards from the National Security Education Program, a federal initiative designed to support students interested in national security and linguistics.
Diego Tovar, a junior in CSU’s Warner College of Natural Resources, was recently named a Udall Scholar, a prestigious honor recognizing those committed to careers focusing on the environment, Native American issues or health care.
CSU student Lenka Doskocil is being recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s flagship international exchange program for students.
“If you asked me when I was graduating high school if this was possible, I wouldn’t have believed someone with my background could make these accomplishments. I’m showing my family and other people from similar backgrounds that this is a possibility.”