CSU In The News Archive

Governor’s Hurricane Conference this Week

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May 09, 2005

Renowned hurricane expert William Gray of Colorado State University has forecasted a busier than usual season. Gray also has predicted a 73 percent probability that a hurricane will strike the U.S. coastline.

Legislators’ 2005 Legacies Take Shape

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May 09, 2005

“He’s been able to set party and ideological concerns aside when there’s an issue he thinks is of vital concern to the state,” said John Straayer, a legislative observer and political science professor at Colorado State University.

Science Journal: Chimeras Exist, What if Some Turn out too Human?

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May 06, 2005

Such a chimera could bring important scientific benefits. The SCID-hu mouse, though it hasn’t yielded a cure for AIDS, has been “a very valuable animal model,” says Ramesh Akkina of Colorado State University, Fort Collins, who directs a lab that …

Vets Needed to Combat Health Threats

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May 06, 2005

CSU – which offers some dual degrees in veterinary medicine and disciplines such as microbiology – is ahead of most vet schools, Murphy said. It already leads the nation’s 27 vet schools in funding from the National Institutes of Health: …

Wildlife Panel OKs Wolf Return

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May 06, 2005

Del Benson, a professor at Colorado State University and chairman of the wolf panel, said he hoped environmental groups would step forward with money to help the state manage wolves.

It’s a Real Jungle Down There

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May 05, 2005

Many vital services that people take for granted are provided by tiny animals and invisible microbes in “the unseen worlds beneath our feet,” said Diana Wall, an ecologist at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.

Lights, Camera, Responsibility

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May 05, 2005

A video instructing Colorado State University students on how to be better neighbors has been produced as part of a joint effort by university and Fort Collins officials …

Tax Break on Storm Goods is on Horizon

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May 04, 2005

The break would come just in time for what could be an active hurricane season. William Gray, a professor at Colorado State University, predicted in April that there would be 13 tropical storms that grow into seven hurricanes, three of …

Turning the Tide

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April 30, 2005

A study conducted by Colorado State University demonstrated just that. Water use declined to 15.6 billion gallons in 2002 across all Colorado courses, which represented less than one percent of water Colorado consumes each year. In addition to mandated cutbacks, …