The National Science Foundation has granted over $700,000 to a team of scientists at Colorado State University to study the decision-making process involving community wildfire protection, the efficacy of risk mitigation and the relationships between local, state and federal actors in wildfire management across Colorado.
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The Center for Collaborative Conservation (CCC) has announced its eleventh cohort in their Conservation Fellows Program. In partnership with the Warner College of Natural Resources Diversity and Inclusion Program, the 2021 request for proposals encouraged participation from underrepresented groups and projects that engage marginalized communities that are typical underserved.
ScienceMag features CSU ecologists Julie Savidge and Tom Siebert and their recent discovery of a new form of snake locomotion. Partnered with the University of Cincinnati, this research may explain the success of the highly invasive brown tree snake.
Navajo Nation leaders along with CSU Professor Joel Berger, the Denver Zoo and the Wildlife Conservation Society, work in the conservation efforts to restore bighorn sheep populations and track movements and respiratory disease rates.
A team of CSU researchers including hydrologist Stephanie Kampf, speak to Utah Public Radio about their recently awarded NSF grant to study snowpack and streams following the Colorado wildfires in 2020.
Assistant professor Kyle Horton speaks to AZCentral about the impacts of climate change on cormorant bird migration, and what these new migratory patterns mean for Arizona residents.
CNN features the amazing discovery by researchers at CSU and University of Cincinnati, finding that the highly invasive brown tree snake uses a never before seen mode of locomotion to ascend long, smooth surfaces.
National Geographic features CSU ecologists Julie Savidge and Tom Siebert and their recent discovery of a new form of snake locomotion. Partnered with the University of Cincinnati, this research may explain the success of the highly invasive brown tree snake.
After an illustrious career at Colorado State University, Dr. Joe O’Leary has retired this past fall semester. Read the full announcement and summary of his career here.
After 25 years as a professor in the department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, Melinda Laituri finds her own pivotal moment as she retires from Colorado State University this fall.