CSU In The News Archive

Plowed under by urban thirst

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Of a $152 billion regional economy, agriculture’s slice is $722 million, again less than 1 percent of the total pie, according to James Pritchett, an agricultural economist at Colorado State University.

A quest to decode a hurricane’s secret force

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A similar assessment comes from William Gray, a Colorado State University atmospheric scientist who pioneered these seasonal forecasts. Dr. Gray’s team anticipates a season total of 20 named storms, including 10 hurricanes and six intense hurricanes. The group notes that …

Decoding Hurricane’s Secret Force

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A similar assessment comes from William Gray, a Colorado State University atmospheric scientist who pioneered these seasonal forecasts. Dr. Gray’s team anticipates a season total of 20 named storms, including 10 hurricanes and six intense hurricanes. The group notes that …

A quest to decode a hurricane’s secret force

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A similar assessment comes from William Gray, a Colorado State University atmospheric scientist who pioneered these seasonal forecasts. Dr. Gray’s team anticipates a season total of 20 named storms, including 10 hurricanes and six intense hurricanes. The group notes that …

Niswender honored for research in reproductive biology

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Dr. Niswender, a professor at Colorado State University, began his career as a faculty member at the University of Michigan in 1968. Working in the Reproductive Endocrin-ology Program, he developed assays for the major reproductive hormones and rapidly applied those …

CSU is top destination for Windsor High grads

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A report released Friday by U.S. News and World Report’s 2006, “America’s Best Colleges” edition ranked CSU 120th among top national universities and 53rd among top public universities. Its college of engineering undergraduate program was ranked 57th in the nation.