Denver Post: Colorado State University will soon begin nationwide searches for a provost and executive vice president and a vice president for external relations, officials said.
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BizWest: Colorado State University saw the most free applications submitted with 9,126, followed by the University of Colorado with 7,346 applications submitted, the report said.
Ch. 9, Denver: Historians who saw the piece thought she may have been a first lady of Colorado, or part of a gubernatorial cabinet — that is until history professor Dr. Derek Everett, from Metropolitan State University of Denver and …
Denver Post: Former Colorado State University Chancellor Joe Blake gifted $5 million to the Fort Collins university’s College of Liberal Arts – the largest gift in the college’s history.
Inside Science: Megan Liu, a high school student and research intern working with Glen Liston at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, presented the preliminary findings at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco this week.
Boulder Weekly: According to new research from Colorado State University in collaboration with the Barcelona Institute for Global Health, that green and open space is also helping to make residential and urban areas healthier places to live.
Anthropocene: The researchers were led by Michael Manfredo of Colorado State University and Alia Dietsch of Ohio State University, both of them social scientists who specialize in nature-related values. In the new study they investigate the origins of this anthropomorphic …
Science News: But “they may not be changing fast enough to keep up with the resources they rely on,” says study coauthor Kyle Horton, an ornithologist at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
San Francisco Chronicle: Glen Golden, a research scientist at Colorado State University, was leading this study. He previously trained mice and ferrets to do similar tasks, but he said his greatest interest is in working with dogs.
Sterling Journal-Advocate: “Don’t invest more than you can afford to lose,” was the admonition from Brent Young, ag economist with Colorado State University’s Regional Engagement Center in Sterling. Young was one of the speakers during the day-long Northeastern Junior College …