CSU In The News Archive

Hurricane forecast accurate

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The “very active” hurricane season Colorado State University’s hurricane forecast team predicted for this year in the Atlantic Basin turned out to be the most active and most destructive season on record.

Pops show opens holiday season

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The orchestra is also teaming up with Preston Junior High School choir Teens in Harmony and the Colorado State University Dance Theater, which has put together a dance finale for the show focusing on an interesting home-for-the-holidays scenario

Poultry doctor vital, important

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Pabilonia coordinates the state’s avian disease surveillance program, created in spring 2004 to focus primarily on the health of backyard flocks across Colorado. Her job takes her to barns and farms across the state, where she educates poultry owners and …

State Expert Teaches Safety To Bird Owners

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Pabilonia coordinates the state’s avian disease surveillance program, created in spring 2004 to focus primarily on the health of backyard flocks across Colorado. Her job takes her to barns and farms across the state, where she educates poultry owners and …

AgrAbility program aids farmers

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Colorado’s AgrAbility project, sponsored by Colorado State University Cooperative Extension and Easter Seals, makes it possible for these families to continue working in the demanding field of agriculture.

Lab meets students

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The atmosphere in which Colorado State University professor Sonia Kreidenweis works just got much better. A new, $2.5 million laboratory building at CSU’s foothills campus has allowed an atmospheric science program to finally combine its research facilities.

Lessons learned from historic hurricane season

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Yet as Colorado State University tropical forecasting expert William Gray started warning in 1996, “the lull will not continue indefinitely. The return of increased major landfalling hurricane activity should be expected within the next decade or so.”