Seymour will study a formation known as the Orocopia Schist in west-central Arizona.
As day-to-day interactions have been disrupted by COVID-19, communal howling offers a way to express both joy and grief – and can include coyotes.
Hosted by CSU Ventures, Demo Day drew more than 450 people and showcased the work of eight colleges and 31 departments.
The third annual competition will be held Feb. 12 from 1-4 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Longs Peak room.
Gillian Bowser, Julia Klein and Jakob Lindaas attended the Bonn Climate Change Conference in November.