CSU In The News Archive

Western wildfires are making far away storms more dangerous

Outlet: National Public Radio

November 11, 2022

National Public Radio: “These kinds of things can cause hail damage or flooding, depending on where the precipitation is falling,” Sonia M. Kreidenweis, professor of atmospheric science at Colorado State University

Will Liz Truss Be UK’s Shortest-Serving Prime Minister?

Outlet: Newsweek

November 11, 2022

Newsweek: Peter Harris, associate professor of political science at Colorado State University, said in an interview with Newsweek on Friday that there’s “definitely a reasonable chance that she’s out of office within a few weeks, which would make [her] the shortest serving …

Should Parents Contact College Professors?

Outlet: U.S. News & World Report

November 11, 2022

U.S. News & World Report: Professors and university officials are generally more understanding in those cases, says Susana Muñoz, associate professor and coordinator of the Higher Education Leadership doctoral program at Colorado State University.

Drought in U.S. West Leads Farmers to Look Elsewhere for Revenue

Outlet: Wall Street Journal

November 11, 2022

Wall Street Journal: Dawn Thilmany, a professor of agricultural economics at Colorado State University, said the current drought—along with other market factors such as rising grain prices—is transforming the farming and ranching landscape into one where pursuing diverse revenue sources is a …