Loveland Reporter-Herald: The Gardens on Spring Creek and Colorado State University Horticulture Department will hold their 2020 Community Spring Plant Sale online.
CSU In The News Archive
Denver Post: A majority of Colorado workers can make more money collecting state and federal unemployment benefits than they would on the job, according to an analysis from the Regional Economic Development Institute at Colorado State University.
Coloradoan: Bracing for revenue losses “beyond anything we have ever experienced” because of the coronavirus, Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell outlined a number of cost-cutting measures that are under consideration, including pay cuts, furloughs and a hiring freeze.
Ch. 4, Denver: Colorado State University researchers are helping run coronavirus tests for people without symptoms, or who are asymptomatic. One of CSU’s labs has run nearly 500 tests from health care workers in Colorado.
Colorado Public Radio: “We’re definitely seeing industries get hit disproportionately,” said Katie Flint, director of Employer Connections and Operations at Colorado State University’s Career Center.
Denver Post: A sunny April day on the sprawling Colorado State University campus should beckon Frisbee tossers, study sessions on the grass and the foot traffic of tens of thousands of students nearing the end of the academic year.
Fence Post: It is the result of a partnership between ARS, NRCS, Colorado State University, University of Arizona, and the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Time: In the Gulf of Mexico, where offshore drilling accounts for about 17% of U.S. oil output, water temperatures were 76.3 degrees Fahrenheit (24.6 Celsius), 1.7 degrees above the long-term average, said Phil Klotzbach at Colorado State University. If Gulf …
KUNC: Campaign finance reports were just due for the first quarter of the year, so we spoke to Kyle Saunders, a professor of political science at Colorado State University, about how the money is shaping up for the 2020 senate …
KUNC: “There’s no escaping the fact that people are going to be standing shoulder to shoulder in sort of concentrated areas,” said Colorado State University ethnic studies professor Eric Ishiwata, who has studied race relations in Fort Morgan for years.