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  • May 18

    Ribbon-wrapped trees to alert people about emerald ash borer's impact

    Boulder Daily Camera (5/18/2015)

    Last month, Boulder County and Colorado State University Extension Boulder County and Colorado State University Extension gave away free seedlings of Silverleaf Linden, Kentucky Coffeetree, Douglas Hawthorne and Blue Oak trees to people who wanted to replace ash trees on their private properties.

  • May 18

    Where the River Runs Dry

    The New Yorker (5/18/2015)

    Bradley Udall, a scientist at Colorado State University’s Colorado Water Institute—his family has been prominent in conservation and in regional and national politics for decades—told me that water use can be divided broadly into two categories: consumptive and non-consumptive.

  • May 17

    Fruit of the vine

    Grand Junction Sentinel (5/17/2015)

    Although this region doesn’t have the name recognition of Napa Valley or Tuscany, it does have the optimal soil, desert climate — hot days, cool nights — and ability to control water through irrigation that creates ideal conditions for grape growers with the mettle to handle the threat of freezes and intense sun common at altitude, said Stephen Menke, Colorado State University associate professor of enology and the state enologist at the Western Colorado Research Station in Grand Junction.

  • May 16

    CloudSat Analyzes the Eye of Typhoon Dolphin

    SpaceRef.com (5/16/2015)

    At Colorado State University, the CloudSat data was combined with infrared imagery taken from Japan's MTSTAT satellite to create a side view of the storm.

  • May 16

    Colorado State sweeps titles at MW track championships

    Coloradoan (5/16/2015)

    The CSU track and field team swept the MW titles on Saturday, and their coach earned a top honor, too.

  • May 15

    CSU is going all in to gain recruiting edge

    Mile High Sports (5/15/2015)

    While most fans were all caught up in deflated footballs, trade speculation and a long Rockies losing streak, something pretty important happened this week at Colorado State.

  • May 15

    CSU’s Lozano No. 2 among Army ROTC cadets

    Coloradoan (5/15/2015)

    Caitlin Lozano, a 2015 Colorado State University graduate from Colorado Springs, has been named the No. 2 Army ROTC cadet in the nation.

  • May 15

    Early start doesn't mean a busy hurricane season

    Sun-Sentinel (5/15/2015)

    Phil Klotzbach and William Gray of Colorado State University forecast seven named storms and three hurricanes.

  • May 15

    Grad guide: 4,000 to graduate from CSU this weekend

    Coloradoan (5/15/2015)

    Commencement ceremonies at Colorado State University are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, when more than 4,000 graduates will receive degrees at either of two venues, Moby Arena or the Lory Student Center.

  • May 15

    Hick backs CSU on stadium, using debt for growth

    Coloradoan (5/15/2015)

    Gov. John Hickenlooper unequivocally backed Colorado State University Thursday in its pursuit of construction growth.

  • May 15

    Winning programs vital to "have-nots" of college football

    Denver Post (5/15/2015)

    "Students, alumni, fans in general want a program that makes them proud to follow and be a part of," Bobo said. "I think a team that they can be proud of is more important to them than a title or designation."

  • May 14

    CSU Treats Rescued African Lion

    Veterinary Practice News (5/14/2015)

    Veterinarians from Colorado State University James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital recently evaluated a 15-year-old African lion named Guero for neck injuries and damaged teeth.

  • May 14

    How Fort Collins aims to cut gas emissions by 2050

    Coloradoan (5/14/2015)

    The city has formed an internal multidisciplinary core team that is working with Colorado State University’s renowned Institute for the Built Environment to prioritize and determine next steps.

  • May 14

    McElwain's $7M buyout to fund CSU athlete stipends

    Coloradoan (5/14/2015)

    Colorado State University announced Wednesday that it would begin providing cost-of-attendance stipends for student-athletes on scholarship beginning in the fall, thanks to legislation passed by the NCAA that allows schools to do so.

  • May 13

    Hurricanes: Luck to continue?

    Philadelphia Inquirer (5/13/2015)

    AccuWeather sees eight tropical storms, four hurricanes, and one major one with winds of at least 111 m.p.h. during the season, which runs from June 1 through Nov. 30. That’s quite similar to the April forecast by the Colorado State University team of Bill Gray and Phil Klotzbach -- seven storms, three hurricanes, and one major.

  • May 13

    Pot for pets? Some dog lovers say cannabis eases pain

    Coloradoan (5/13/2015)

    Dr. Tim Hackett, a professor of veterinary emergency medicine at Colorado State University's Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins said he welcomes more research on the topic.

  • May 12

    2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts

    CNN (5/12/2015)

    The Tropical Meteorology Project from Colorado State University predicts that the "2015 Atlantic basin hurricane season will be one of the least active seasons since the middle of the 20th century." They predict seven named storms and three hurricanes.

  • May 12

    Amy Van Dyken Rouen stands on her own in new video

    Channel 9 News (5/12/2015)

    Clad in a CSU Rams T-shirt, Amy Van Dyken Rouen is seen standing on her own in an Instagram video posted Monday.

  • May 12

    Colorado State committee supports stadium academic plan

    Coloradoan (5/12/2015)

    CSU President Tony Frank received "general support" Tuesday to proceed with planning to incorporate academic space into the soon-to-be-built on-campus stadium.

  • May 12

    Colorado State University Mounts a Massive Book Drive for Hawassa University in Ethiopia

    Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (5/12/2015)

    Three years ago, Tony Frank, president of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, visited the campus of Hawassa University in Ethiopia. The campus had a brand new library but Dr. Frank noticed that the many of the library shelves had no books.

  • May 12

    CSU football players graduating at high rate

    Coloradoan (5/12/2015)

    Grayson is going to do just fine financially, for now at least, even though he still has classes to complete to earn his CSU degree.

  • May 12

    Sawfly wasp outbreak spreading through Colorado's ponderosa pines

    Denver Post (5/12/2015)

    Sawflies have multiplied around Colorado in recent years, targeting single-species forests. Moderate to heavy loss of trees is likely this summer, according to a Colorado State Forest Service report.

  • May 11

    Double duty for Frank

    Pueblo Chieftain (5/11/2015)

    IT’S GOOD news that Tony Frank is going to be permanently wearing two hats for the Colorado State University System.

  • May 11

    Double duty for Frank

    Pueblo Chieftain (5/11/2015)

    It’s good news that Tony Frank is going to be permanently wearing two hats for the Colorado State University System.

  • May 11

    Hemp Seed On Its Way To Colorado, With A Federal Blessing

    KUNC radio (5/11/2015)

    Yergert says most of the seed will go to researchers at Colorado State University and the University of Colorado-Boulder, who will use them to grow more reliable seeds that farmers can plant in a certified seed program.

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