Denver Post: Compare that to what a former colleague of Holmes, who is the director of Colorado State University’s Bug Zoo, told her. Twenty years ago, he said he’d see hundreds around La Junta on a given day but “now, …
CSU In The News Archive
Denver Post: “My thought is that we’re at least one week behind what we would consider to be an average peak,” said Dan West, the state forest entomologist and a Colorado State University faculty member.
Denver Post: Born and raised in Texas, Sheeler moved to Colorado in 1986 to attend Colorado State University, from which he earned a journalism degree in 1990, according to his biography on the Pulitzer website.
Newsbreak: An alumna of Colorado State University’s Design and Merchandising department could be HGTV’s next big star.
Newsbreak: Colorado State University (CSU) is ensuring that students are prepared to be a part of the exponential growth through a non-credit, Professional Education certificate program that returns in person to Denver this fall.
Live Science: A study by Colorado State University proved this when testing the effectiveness of nasal breathing on 10 runners, over a six-month period. Their findings showed that during nasal breathing their respiratory rate, and breaths per minute decreased, while their intake …
Washington Post: In terms of the total energy generated by storms this year, the Atlantic is only running about 16 percent ahead of average, according to data from Colorado State University.
CNN: This is only the third time we have reached at least 17 named storms by this point in the season, according to Dr. Philip Klotzbach, a meteorologist at Colorado State University.
The Guardian: “We are seeing an increase in the proportion of area burned at high severity with climate change,” said Camille Stevens-Rumann, an assistant professor at Colorado State University who studies fire ecology and recovery.
CNET: “Around 2013 or 2014, I started looking into what research was already out there and I realized that there was essentially no real, good scientific literature in the human world, let alone the veterinary research world,” says McGrath, assistant …