CSU In The News Archive

Sunny Side Up

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The big day will be May 31, when forecaster William Gray of Colorado State University updates his predictions for the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. His 22nd annual preseason forecast will be trumpeted with taped interviews sent to television networks and …

All Hail the Backyard Weather Watchers

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“It is giving us something we previously didn’t have,” says Colorado State University research meteorologist Nolan Doesken, who started the project in 1997. He says the pads could help scientists learn whether “there truly are places more prone to hail” …

Legislators’ 2005 Legacies Take Shape

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“He’s been able to set party and ideological concerns aside when there’s an issue he thinks is of vital concern to the state,” said John Straayer, a legislative observer and political science professor at Colorado State University.

Vets Needed to Combat Health Threats

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CSU – which offers some dual degrees in veterinary medicine and disciplines such as microbiology – is ahead of most vet schools, Murphy said. It already leads the nation’s 27 vet schools in funding from the National Institutes of Health: …

Wildlife Panel OKs Wolf Return

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Del Benson, a professor at Colorado State University and chairman of the wolf panel, said he hoped environmental groups would step forward with money to help the state manage wolves.

It’s a Real Jungle Down There

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Many vital services that people take for granted are provided by tiny animals and invisible microbes in “the unseen worlds beneath our feet,” said Diana Wall, an ecologist at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.