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.
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Joe Blake, chancellor emeritus of the CSU System and long-time advocate for higher education in Colorado, passed away Tuesday at the age of 86. In his emeritus role, the former chancellor remained a champion of CSU’s land-grant mission in Colorado community engagement, economic development, and higher-education access and opportunities for students, including as chair of CSU’s Master of Tourism Management program.
What are some of the innovations that we can expect to see within the ski industry as it adapts to climate change? Dr. Natalie Ooi and other industry experts weigh in on the future of skiing in a recent Wall Street Journal story.
With a love for writing, conservation and language CSU student Mya Hunter has woven her collection of experiences growing up on O’ahu into her new book.
On behalf of the entire Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources family, we would like to congratulate all 2020 graduates from our Natural Resource Tourism and Human Dimensions of Natural Resources majors! Although we can’t see each other in person, please know that we are all very proud of your accomplishments this year. Best of luck in all your future endeavors and take care!
CSU researchers have discovered that wildlife values have changed because wildlife are being re-classified to be in the same moral community that includes humans. Their data shows a widespread shift from domination to mutualism wildlife values over a 14-year period since 2004.
The ski slopes of the Rocky Mountain West are facing new challenges as a shifting climate brings shorter winters and more severe droughts.
Colorado State University is now offering students the opportunity to complete participating degree programs in less time as part of the new Accelerated Programs initiative. A B.S. in Natural Resource Tourism can now be completed in 3 years.
Despite the current state of affairs, the future of tourism is bright—and a degree from Colorado State University’s Master of Tourism Management can help you turn your passion into a career.
The Society of Women Geographer’s Evelyn L. Pruitt Fellowship was recently awarded to PhD Candidate Kathryn Powlen, enabling her to further her research on biosphere reserves in Mexico.