CSU In The News Archive

It’s Time to Plan for Drier Western Rivers

Outlet: Bitterroot Magazine

Bitterroot Magazine: “The main thing is proactively planning and bringing climate change and changes in snowmelt into the conversation,” said Nathan Mueller, an assistant professor at Colorado State University and an author of one of the studies. “We want people …

Market volatility reigns


Fence Post: Stephen Koontz, a professor in the Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics at Colorado State University, said imported beef from Namibia, which have been the source of much discourse online, totaled about 25 tons and was likely a …

Cultural differences in coping with interpersonal tensions

Outlet: Phys.org

Phys.org: Gloria Luong, a Colorado State University assistant professor in Human Development and Family Studies who studies socioemotional development and health across adulthood, has published a paper investigating how Chinese Americans and European Americans choose different coping strategies in response …

Water Wellness

Outlet: Campus Rec Magazine

Campus Rec Magazine: At Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, Colorado, it’s about the programs and services offered every day. TJ Hill, the assistant director of facilities and aquatics, said they bring wellness into aquatics by making the pool …

Western Colorado experiences dry April

Outlet: Durango Herald

Durango Herald: A weekly assessment released by climate experts at Colorado State University agreed with the findings. Snowpack in Colorado also started to melt, indicating a subsequently dry and warm month.