CSU In The News Archive

Whether born or made, conservation leaders are sorely lacking in Minnesota

Outlet: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

August 19, 2022

Minneapolis Star-Tribune: In a recent paper, Brett Bruyere of Colorado State University reported that a search for the word “leadership” in the Web of Science database came up with more than 35,000 peer-reviewed articles. Yet a search for “conservation leadership” …

Google is training its robots to be more like humans

Outlet: Washington Post

August 19, 2022

Washington Post: Robots that can use language models could change how manufacturing and distribution facilities are run, said Zac Stewart Rogers, a supply chain management assistant professor from Colorado State University.

Colorado State University Spur campus hosts kitten naming contest

Outlet: CBS 4 Colorado

August 19, 2022

CBS 4 Colorado: Colorado State University’s newest campus needs your help naming a kitten. However, it’s not a real cat. It’s a 9-foot interactive kitten statue that welcomes visitors to the Vida building on the CSU Spur campus in Denver.