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The School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) at Colorado State University has announced the selection of four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Resident Faculty Fellows from a competitive field of proposals. The awards are intended to encourage interdisciplinary understanding of complex global environmental issues, foster...

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Talkback sessions April 8, 26 feature CSU researchers The School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2018. As a thank you to the CSU community, the school is offering a limited number of free tickets for the April 26 performance of Dirt: A Terra Nova Expedition, a multi-sensory...

It’s no surprise to snow and outdoor enthusiasts that Colorado had a drier and warmer winter than usual. The recently released March 2018 Drought Update confirms that the state is currently experiencing the third lowest snowpack on record. Only 2002 and 1981 were drier. Extreme drought now covers most of southwestern Colorado, the San Luis Valley...

Arming Colorado’s beekeepers with new knowledge to improve pollinator health is the goal of Arathi Seshadri, a Colorado State University assistant professor in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. Improving the health of honey bees Seshadri and her team of CSU researchers have received a $488,000 Pollinator Health Fund grant awarded by the...

Colorado State University

 •  February 13

Mountain towns and ski resorts in Colorado are feeling the pinch of too little snow this season. However,with dry conditions prevailing into the summer, the impact to the state could play out in diverse ways. “If dry conditions remain during the summer, some dryland crops will definitely be below average,” says Joel Schneekloth, regional water...

Colorado State University

 •  February 12

What happens when six graduate students in different fields, who happen to be friends, put their heads together on an emerging issue in climate change? They get published in a major journal. The Colorado State University researchers, whose studies cut across three colleges, three departments and the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, urge more ...

Colorado State University

 •  January 18

The 16-day National Western Stock Show is filled with action-packed rodeos, stimulating exhibits and myriad vendors, all celebrating America’s Western heritage. The Exceptional Rodeo, now in its 35th year, adds a particularly special element to the Stock Show’s lineup each year, delivering a firsthand rodeo experience to children with physical and...

Colorado State University

 •  January 17

Colorado State University celebrated its more than century-long relationship with the National Western Stock Show on Jan. 13, 2018. CSU Day at the Stock Show featured appearances at the afternoon rodeo by university dignitaries, including President Tony Frank, riding in the traditional stagecoach and buckboard, keeping Western traditions alive. The...

Colorado State University

 •  December 18, 2017

Bust out your boots and your hat – anything that brings out your inner Western spirit – and get to CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show. CSU Day 2018 is set for Jan. 13 at the Denver Coliseum, 4655 Humboldt St, and is part of the two-week National Western Stock Show celebration from Jan. 4-20 in Denver. CSU alumni and friends can get...