”They weren’t good papers,” said William Gray, professor of atmospheric science at Colorado State University. Gray posted on his website yesterday letters he sent to both journals criticizing the researchers’ methods and wrote that the authors have created a false …
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More than 25 kimono will be on display beginning Thursday at the Curfman Gallery at Colorado State University during its new show, “Kimono Exhibition: Living Legacy in Elegant Tradition.”
Many experts — including renowned hurricane guru William Gray of Colorado State University — say we’re in a period of stronger storms caused by a natural warming cycle of Atlantic Ocean waters.
With the help of a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health announced Wednesday, CSU will be able to break ground on a new facility this fall. The university will match that NIH grant dollar for dollar.
Colorado State University’s veterinary school has been awarded a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, the school announced Wednesday.
Phil Klotzbach, a research associate in the department of atmospheric science at Colorado State University, said water and wind conditions are favorable for spawning tropical storms.
Colorado State University is gearing up to compete more aggressively for funding and students as it faces growing budget constraints. CSU President Larry Penley is adding three high-level jobs to focus on retention and graduation rates and outreach to rural …
A significant shuffling of Colorado State University’s organizational structure was announced Monday, including the addition of a new vice president charged with overseeing admission and access.
Phil Klotzbach, a research associate in the department of atmospheric science at Colorado State University, said water and wind conditions were very favorable for spawning tropical storms.
“It may be that, if a lot of those levees are in poor condition, you have to start from scratch,” said Neil Grigg, a civil engineering professor at Colorado State University.