CSU In The News Archive

Good help can be hard to offer

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However, Ernie Chavez, a Colorado State University psychologist, said the evacuees “who stay here are in for some serious cultural shock. They really are immigrants from a different culture.”

Good help can be hard to offer

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However, Ernie Chavez, a Colorado State University psychologist, said the evacuees “who stay here are in for some serious cultural shock. They really are immigrants from a different culture.”

Oh, for the Best, the Brightest

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Whatever their view, those considering government work might want to talk to Tom Stohlgren, 53, a scientist who studies solutions to invasive species for the U.S. Geological Survey. “When I leave the house every day, I tell the kids, ‘I’m …

Researchers find increase in hurricane intensity

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William M. Gray, the hurricane expert at Colorado State University, also took issue with the data. He said that overall improvements in technology and better interpretation might explain the higher numbers in the 1990-2004 period. Outside of the North Atlantic …

Satellites to study clouds, aerosols

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“You see clouds as part of weather every day, but there’s information that we don’t have that’s critical. We can’t tell you, for example, how much water and how much ice exists in the clouds that surround our planet,” said …

CSU career fair picks up the pace

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If the buzz at Colorado State University’s career fair is any indication, it’s smart to get a job while the gettin’ is good. The two-day event that began today will host 191 prospective employers this semester, compared with 150 at …

Researchers find increase in hurricane intensity

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William M. Gray, the hurricane expert at Colorado State University, also took issue with the data. He said that overall improvements in technology and better interpretation might explain the higher numbers in the 1990-2004 period. Outside of the North Atlantic …

Global warming’s link to storm power debated

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Gray is adamant that global warming is not changing the intensity of hurricanes. As evidence, he notes that between 1970 and the mid-1990s, hurricane seasons in the Atlantic were relatively quiet as levels of greenhouse gases and average global temperatures …