Scientific American: “Most of the public thinks in terms of what climate extremes do to us,” says Berger, a professor at Colorado State University and a senior scientist at the Wildlife Conservation Society.
CSU In The News Archive
CBS 4 Colorado: A multi-state research team led by a Colorado State University professor anticipates using monitoring devices like Fitbits or Apple Watches in an effort to study and improve dairy cow health.
CBS 4 Colorado: A student at Colorado State University (CSU) will be recognized during Saturday’s football game against the University of Hawaii for his successful battle with testicular cancer; however, he wants to use his road to recovery and recognition …
Coloradoan: The American Indian Science and Engineering Society Pow Wow will return to CSU’s Lory Student Center Saturday, Nov. 5, kicking off a monthlong slate of events and speaking engagements in celebration of Native American Heritage Month.
Coloradoan: “Our college ranks among the world’s top institutions in veterinary and biomedical education and research,” said Sue VandeWoude, dean of the college, in the university’s release.
Coloradoan: One of the purposes of rate hikes is to slow down housing price appreciation, said Colorado State University economist Martin Shields.
Denver Post: Wastewater monitoring isn’t skewed by whether people decide to get tested, since anyone who’s infected will shed the virus in their stool, said Jude Bayham, an assistant professor at Colorado State University and Colorado School of Public Health.
Denver Post: The path forward for Reclamation, the states and dozens of Native American tribes is narrowing, Brad Udall, a water and climate scientist with Colorado State University, said, calling the implications “beyond serious.
Denver Post: “I think it’s a direction we’re headed in and a chance to further develop urban horticulture and see where it can go,” said Joshua Craver, a Colorado State University professor who specializes in controlled environment horticulture and has …
Denver Post: Only twice before have La Niñas struck for three straight years, according to Becky Bollinger, of the Colorado State University’s Colorado Climate Center.