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  • Sep 11

    Misunderstanding sends police to CSU dorm

    Coloradoan (9/11/2014)

    A misunderstanding over an argument between students led to Colorado State University police, Poudre Fire Authority and an ambulance responding to a CSU dorm building Thursday.

  • Sep 11

    Ozone layer on track to recover, UN says

    Christian Science Monitor (9/11/2014)

    "There are telltale signs of ozone recovery in the upper part of the stratosphere," A.R. Ravishankara, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) emeritus scientist, professor at Colorado State University and co-chairman of the panel that prepared the report, said in a statement.

  • Sep 11

    What diversity looks like in Poudre School District

    Coloradoan (9/11/2014)

    Those elementary years are "formative" to a child's development, according to Rod Lucero, associate director for the School of Teacher Education and Principal Preparation at Colorado State University.

  • Sep 10

    Bear that fell from tree died from punctured liver

    Coloradoan (9/10/2014)

    "They are the experts, they do this for a living day in and day out," said Ken Wilson, department head for Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University's Warner College of Natural Resources. "Their ultimate goal is the benefit of wildlife and humans."

  • Sep 10

    CSU makes progress on Frank's promises

    Coloradoan (9/10/2014)

    When CSU President Tony Frank pledged in his 2013 fall address that CSU would become the best place to work and learn for adjunct faculty and women, he knew change wouldn't come overnight.

  • Sep 10

    CSU makes progress on Frank's promises

    Coloradoan (9/10/2014)

    Today, Frank again stands before a crowd gathered on the historic Oval for the 2014 fall address, which will celebrate successes during the past five years — among them, climbs in graduation and retention rates at a time when state support shrank 30 percent.

  • Sep 10

    CSU makes progress on Frank's promises

    Coloradoan (9/10/2014)

    When CSU President Tony Frank pledged in his 2013 fall address that CSU would become the best place to work and learn for adjunct faculty and women, he knew change wouldn't come overnight.

  • Sep 10

    Dairy calf care: Every delivery is special

    Dairy Herd Management (9/10/2014)

    Dr. Frank Garry, professor of veterinary medicine at Colorado State University (CSU), hopes Dye’s attitude is contagious. "Our industry places a lot of emphasis on calf mortality and morbidity, but largely overlooks losses in the first 48 hours of life," he said.

  • Sep 10

    No Named Storms First Time Since 1992 at Hurricane Peak

    Bloomberg (9/10/2014)

    There have been times when quiet years have shown up in the midst of active eras, Phil Klotzbach, lead author of Colorado State University’s seasonal hurricane forecast, said from Walnut Creek, California.

  • Sep 10

    One year after ruinous rains, Boulder farmer enjoys bumper season

    Denver Post (9/10/2014)

    It was part of an estimated $3.4 million-$5.5 million in crop losses suffered along the Front Range, according to an assessment by Colorado State University researchers.

  • Sep 10

    President Tony Frank Looks To the Future In Annual Fall Address

    Collegian (9/10/2014)

    Frank addressed a crowd of CSU community members Wednesday at the University’s annual Fall Address and praised the University’s resiliency.

  • Sep 10

    Read: Full text of CSU president's fall address

    Coloradoan (9/10/2014)

    On Wednesday, Sept. 10, Colorado State University's 14th president stood before hundreds gathered on the university's historic Oval in Fort Collins to celebrate gains in student retention and private fundraising that occurred in the same five years CSU lost one-third of its state support.

  • Sep 9

    ‘Durango’s little sweetheart’: Thanks to surgeons, town’s generosity, things look up for pup

    Durango Herald (9/9/2014)

    Through fundraising online and the generosity of Durango residents, just over $6,000 was raised to help offset the cost of the surgery, trip and aftercare for Eva at Colorado State University, said Beth Lamberson Warren, a team member for Lisa Parker’s Puppies. Donations ranged from $10 to $1,000. “It’s unbelievable,” said Parker. “I can’t say enough about CSU and how amazing they were.”

  • Sep 9

    Burundi official visits Colorado State University as part of academic partnership on sustainability

    Bloomberg Business Week (9/9/2014)

    Colorado State University is hosting a distinguished foreign guest this week: An official from a young university in the African nation of Burundi is on campus as part of an effort to encourage CSU faculty and students to join an emerging partnership between the two universities.

  • Sep 9

    Climate, Space Create Challenges For Local Food

    Nebraska's PBS & NPR Stations (9/9/2014)

    "Our challenge in Colorado and particularly in the Steamboat area is that our growing season is about 59 days from frost to frost," said Karen Massey, Colorado State University extension agent for Routt County. "And so it is a real challenge for people growing their own food or growing food commercially for sale in restaurants."

  • Sep 9

    CU falls, CSU rises in U.S. News’ best public school rankings

    BizWest (9/9/2014)

    University of Colorado-Boulder fell two spots to rank No. 38 and Colorado State University gained two spots to rank No. 58 among the nations’ top public schools, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 Best Colleges.

  • Sep 9

    Despite reclining-seat wars, air rage is declining

    Seattle Times (9/9/2014)

    “You hear stupid things about passengers behaving badly,” said Temple Grandin, a professor of animal sciences at Colorado State University who travels frequently as an expert on the livestock industry and as a best-selling author and speaker on the subject of overcoming autism. “I don’t agree. For the most part, people are really well behaved on airplanes.”

  • Sep 9

    Freshman Hanna excels as Colorado State sweeps DU

    Coloradoan (9/9/2014)

    As he walked to the postgame press conference Tuesday night, Tom Hilbert was thinking of what might have been. Or might not have been, in this case. Hilbert said he had considered redshirting Jasmine Hanna before the season began. His decision not to do so is working out great for the CSU volleyball team.

  • Sep 9

    New CC professor part of $1.7 million project to attract, retain women in geosciences

    Colorado Springs Gazette (9/9/2014)

    The initiative, led by Colorado State University, is a multi-campus project that addresses two issues: underrepresentation of women in the earth sciences and shortcomings of existing studies addressing effective strategies for mentoring.

  • Sep 9

    Our View: What we want Tony Frank to discuss at his fall address

    Collegian (9/9/2014)

    Colorado State University President Tony Frank will be delivering his annual fall address Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. on the Oval, and we encourage all students to attend and hear Frank discuss current issues at the University.

  • Sep 9

    Several Colorado universities land a spot on Best Colleges ranking

    Denver Business Journal (9/9/2014)

    CSU, located in Fort Collins, is "considered one of the leading research universities," the ranking said.

  • Sep 8

    Advisory committee on CSU stadium moves forward

    Coloradoan (9/8/2014)

    "Whatever you provide is going to be useful to us," Frank told the committee. "I think it'll be useful to us in terms of how we address issues if we raise funds and are able to go forward. I think it’ll be useful to us if we are not able to raise those funds."

  • Sep 8

    Brothers Art, Chris Siemers succeed coaching CSU, Mines cross country

    Denver Post (9/8/2014)

    Art built the Colorado School of Mines cross country team into a Division II power before becoming head cross country coach at Colorado State in 2012.

  • Sep 8

    Brothers Art, Chris Siemers succeed coaching CSU, Mines cross country

    CBS4 News Denver (9/8/2014)

    Art built the Colorado School of Mines cross country team into a Division II power before becoming head cross country coach at Colorado State in 2012.

  • Sep 8

    Colorado State President Tony Frank's Fall Address this Wednesday

    Collegian (9/8/2014)

    The annual Fall Address presented by Colorado State University President Tony Frank will be Wednesday, Sept. 10, on the Oval.

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