Students at Colorado State University, one of the 15 North American universities selected to participate in the EcoCAR competition, will build the only hydrogen fuel cell plug-in vehicle in the contest. The students are working to turn a donated 2013 General Motors Chevrolet Malibu into a hybrid vehicle.
Russ Schumacher, a researcher who was responsible for a groundbreaking study about the Windsor tornado's impact on emergency services and response times, is back working for CSU.Schumacher, formerly an NCAR researcher at Texas A&M, led the study, but he has since joined the university.
CSU has been honored by the Arbor Day Foundation and Toyota Motor North America Inc. for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and communities in conversation about urban tree care. CSU is now an official Tree Campus USA.
Dawn Thilmany, a CSU agricultural economist, provides market scrutiny that helps shape the nationwide locavore movement. Food producers are finding their footing in small but mushrooming niche markets – including organic agriculture – with the economic and consumer information Thilmany provides.
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'March Madness' for Environmental Studies: Colorado State University Named One of 16 Sustainable U.S. Universities
Enviance Inc., an environmental data management company, and Environmental Leader, an energy and environment trade publication, on Monday named Colorado State University one of the “Sustainable 16” as part of their inaugural March Madness Tournament for Environmental Studies.
Colorado State Forest Service Names New Deputy State Forester
For the last decade, Duda served as the CSFS Forest Management Division supervisor. During that time, he led the agency in its cooperative efforts with the U.S. Forest Service to conduct annual aerial insect and disease surveys. Since 2002, he also has led development of the annual CSFS forest health report, and in 2009 and 2010, he facilitated development of the Colorado Forest Action Plan, which is used to guide decisions about forest management.
Colorado State University's Annual Veterinary Teaching Hospital Open House features ABCs of Animal Health
The annual Veterinary Teaching Hospital Open House at Colorado State University is slated on March 30 and 31. The event features interaction with animals, educational opportunities for children and adults, and tours of the hospital, part of one of the top veterinary educational programs in the nation.
Natural Gas 101 at Colorado State University Designed to Give Students an Overview of Important Colorado Industry
Increased demand for natural gas and greater public interest in gas drilling and production in Colorado has led Colorado State University to offer students a course on the “Fundamentals of Natural Gas” for the first time.
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: CSU's Temple Grandin to be Inducted into Colorado Women's Hall of Fame Today
Temple Grandin, Colorado State University’s pioneering expert in livestock behavior and welfare, will be inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame today, March 8, when she and nine other honorees will join the ranks of innovators whose ideas and persistence have elevated Colorado women and shaped the world.
Colorado State University Short Courses Offer Scientific Insights to Boost Agribusiness Practices
Three new summertime short courses at Colorado State University will boost the business acumen of crop and livestock producers who want to improve their operations with a better understanding of contemporary agricultural science.
CSU and HP Collaborate to Provide Equipment, Programs Across CSU System
Colorado State University and HP today announced a collaboration to provide CSU with discounts on computer equipment and support for academic programs, scholarships and student internships, as well as create opportunities for the organizations to work together on international and outreach programs.
NSF Awards $1 Million to Colorado State University's Undergraduate Research Programs
Colorado State University’s Office for Undergraduate Research and Artistry has received two grants from the National Science Foundation for the Rocky Mountain Sustainability and Science Network Summer Academy and the Rocky Mountain Scholars program.
Dean of CSU's Warner College of Natural Resources Named President of Council of Environmental Deans and Directors
Joyce Berry, dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University, has been named president of the Council of Environmental Deans and Directors.
Four Forums Remain in Initial CSU Stadium Public Input Process
Colorado State University’s Center for Public Deliberation encourages members of the community who have not attended a public forum on the proposed new stadium to take advantage of four opportunities that remain as part of the initial public engagement effort.
School of Global Environmental Sustainability Names Global Challenges Research Teams, Resident Fellowship Awards
The School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University has named five diverse 2012-2013 Global Challenges Research Teams and five Resident Faculty Fellows from a competitive field of proposals submitted in January.
Colorado State University's Temple Grandin to be Inducted into Colorado Women's Hall of Fame March 8
Temple Grandin, Colorado State University’s pioneering expert in livestock behavior and welfare, will be inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame on Thursday, March 8, when she and nine other honorees will join the ranks of innovators whose ideas and persistence have elevated Colorado women and shaped the world.
Colorado State University Honors Inventor of Tornado Radar with Award for Innovative Excellence
A Colorado State University engineering professor whose research is helping to revolutionize weather radar has been honored with the Award for Innovative Excellence by CSU Ventures.
Tornado Expert Back in the Fold as CSU Atmospheric Scientist; Responsible for Windsor Tornado Study of 2010
Russ Schumacher, a researcher who was responsible for a groundbreaking study about the Windsor tornado's impact on emergency services and response times, is back working for CSU.
Jodie Hanzlik Named Dean of Graduate School at Colorado State University
Colorado State University Provost Rick Miranda has selected Jodie Hanzlik as the newly appointed dean of the Graduate School.
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