It’s no secret that Colorado has a booming adventure travel industry. Now, with a new program at Colorado State University, the Centennial State could shape the future of the industry worldwide.
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Why do humans speak more than 7000 languages on our little planet? Simon Morton speaks to Michael Gavin about his research on languages and their development around natural resources.
During his tenure at CSU Rick has advised 55 graduate students, been on hundreds of committees, has taught 15 distinct courses (13 of which he developed), and has taught over 10,000 undergraduate students. If we all lined up to thank Rick for his dedicated service the line would wrap out of the Lory Student Center, down College avenue to Harmony Road, and back.
The rise of populism in the United States is affecting a range of issues, and according to a recent study, wildlife management is no exception.
Undergraduate Jake Ingram experienced the outdoor recreationist’s dream, gaining credit and experience through his internship at the Devils Thumb Ranch Resort this past summer. He worked on mountain bikes and guided visitors on a myriad of outdoor adventures.
This year, 18 Masters of Tourism (MTM) China students along with Dr. Lina Xiong attended the Forum on Tourism Trends and Outlook conference hosted by The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Guilin Government. Attendees included tourism practitioners, academics, and policy-makers from all over the world
HDNR Honors student Hannah Jacobsen probably has more stamps on her passport than you. Jacobsen has a passion for travel that has inspired her to enroll in multiple study aboard programs and minor in international development.
The Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) has announced that Angela P. Hollingsworth, of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, is among the inaugural class for the Colorado Tourism Leadership Journey, a brand-new, yearlong executive training program aimed at building the state tourism industry’s bench strength.
Connecting your passions with your vocation is rare, but is a luxury often provided to HDNR students such as Honors student Kami Bakken. This summer, Bakken interned at Rocky Mountain National Park as a climbing ranger.