A new paper addresses how climate change is affecting the evolution of organisms.
A team from CSU received a national award Oct. 15 for a paper on how to reduce the amount of nitrogen pollution produced on college and research campuses.
CSU graduate students recently completed two years of research in northwestern Colorado, thanks to a $1 million grant from Chevron.
Awardees are chosen from over 13,000 applicants and represent a wide range of scientific disciplines.
Kate Wilkins from the Warner College of Natural Resources is studying the ecological and social impacts of reintroducing bison in Northern Colorado.
CSU is home to many sustainable research projects and studies. A group of graduate students involved in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability wanted to promote this research more, so they launched The Sustainability Hour, which runs Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p.m.
Matt Luizza landed a fellowship with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service International Affairs program.
A new study led by CSU researchers found that ptarmigan, which live in cold ecosystems, are not strongly affected by fluctuations in seasonal weather at two populations studied in Colorado.
Jill Baron, Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, was recently appointed senior scientist by the U.S. Geological Survey.