Reisher Scholar thanks her community for helping her to succeed.
CSU researchers have teamed up to solve a key problem for the study of sensitive behaviors like poaching, harassment, bribery and drug use.
During the 12th annual international tourism forum in Guilin – hosted by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), Hong Kong Polytechnic Institute, and Guilin Tourism Office – Knight and MTM-China students were exposed to new trends in tourism, to exquisite foods and other-worldly riverscapes, and to substantial networking opportunities with global leaders in tourism business, education, and planning.
We have invited students, student clubs, campus organizations, outdoor recreation retail and food businesses, HDNR alumni, and the larger Colorado outdoor recreation community to attend Experience: Tourism Naturally. With this student-centric event, we are hoping to connect people and businesses who have a passion for outdoor recreation and the tourism industry, and to collaboratively celebrate nature-based recreation at CSU.
The nature-based tourism programs at Colorado State University have a long-standing tradition of expertise, innovation, and industry grounded acumen. The advisory board that shepherds and enriches these programs has added two stalwart advocates of the outdoor recreation and tourism industry.
What one industry accounts for more than 10 percent of the global economy, one in 10 jobs worldwide, and generated $8.27 trillion in 2017? Tourism and Recreation.
Faculty and Staff in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources (HDNR) each offer their own unique perspectives, expertise, teaching styles, and charisma to departmental programs. We are delighted to welcome two new faculty members and a new staff member this fall.
A recent study conducted by researchers from The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Colorado State University has been noted as one of the most influential papers measured by research metric firm, Altmetric. The paper currently has a score of 107 and was in the top .9% all-time(99th percentile), of all research outputs scored by Altmetric.
Conservation Leadership Through Learning student, Dani Gronhovd's op-ed in the Daily Camera highlights Xcel's commitment to fossil fuels and less funding for renewable resources, which is in direct conflict with Boulder's renewable energy plan.