Researchers at CSU’s Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence have recently evaluated the degree to which bear-resistant trash containers have reduced human-bear conflict in Durango, Colorado.
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A Q&A with WCNR outstanding graduate Diego Tovar, Ecosystem Science and Sustainability department.
A Q&A with WCNR outstanding graduate Ayaka Paul, Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology department.
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.
The annual Warner College’s All-College Awards banquet for the academic year 2021-2022 was held on April 18 at the Lory Student Center Theater.
Warner College alumna Lindsey Roberts was recently the lead author on a paper called “Trade-offs in the initial and long-term handling efficiency of PIT-tag and photographic identification methods,” published in a special issue of Ecological Indicators.
CSU is recognized as one of the most sustainable universities in the world. Much of that recognition can be credited to the many student-led sustainability projects on campus.
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.
In honor of Women’s History Month, celebrated annually in the month of March, we highlight four women in the Warner College of Natural Resources who are making change to create opportunity, invite and celebrate diversity and lend their voices to the natural resources fields.
In honor of Women’s History Month, a Q&A with CSU graduate student Caitlin Charlton to highlight women in the Warner College who are making change to create opportunity, invite and celebrate diversity and lend their voices to the natural resources fields.