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  • Jul 16

    CSU prof: Elephant poaching still at high rate

    Coloradoan (7/16/2015)

    Colorado State University elephant researcher George Wittemyer said Thursday an update of his groundbreaking research on poaching shows that elephants are still being killed at a high rate.

  • Jul 16

    How hibernating bears can keep humans healthy on the way to Mars

    Business Insider (7/16/2015)

    Until now, it hasn't been completely clear how the bears manage to protect their bones, but a group of researchers from Colorado State University think that they now have it figured out.

  • Jul 16

    Strong turnout at first two interpreter workshops

    Fort Morgan Times (7/16/2015)

    In fact, a Colorado State University associate professor of ethnic studies has studied the city for just that reason.

  • Jul 15

    Colorado State University claims record fundraising year

    Denver Post (7/15/2015)

    Colorado State University this week announced a fourth consecutive year of record private fundraising, a $172.3 million windfall buoyed by the largest single cash gift in school history and a growing alumni network making modest gifts, officials said.<div style="display:none">when women cheat <a href="http://www.searchengineoptimization-seo.net/page/husbandcheated.aspx">my husband cheated</a> my fiance cheated on me</div>

  • Jul 15

    CSU Labs Authorized to Test for VS

    The Horse (7/15/2015)

    Colorado’s first vesicular stomatitis cases of 2015 have been detected in horses, and Colorado State University’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories (CSU VDL) have gained special certification to test for the highly contagious virus, which causes painful sores in animals’ mouths and forces quarantines.

  • Jul 15

    CSU textile collection settles into its new home

    Channel 9 News (7/15/2015)

    Colorado State University moved its vast textile and historic clothing collection – about 20,000 items – into a new and improved home in June.<div style="display:none">when women cheat <a href="http://www.searchengineoptimization-seo.net/page/husbandcheated.aspx">my boyfriend cheated on me quotes</a> my fiance cheated on me</div>

  • Jul 15

    CSU, UC Health top list of Larimer's largest employers

    Coloradoan (7/15/2015)

    Larimer County's never had a manufacturing-based economy, CSU regional economist Martin Shields said. The county has more of a human capital-based economy that draws upon the skills and knowledge of residents.

  • Jul 15

    Fort Collins featured in Smithsonian Exhibit

    Collegian (7/15/2015)

    The Fort Collins section of the exhibit features clean energy inventions from the city, as well as many of Colorado State University’s collaborations.

  • Jul 14

    CSU begins construction on new football stadium

    Denver Post (7/14/2015)

    Rams athletic director Joe Parker approached it from the north, walking down Meridian Avenue and passing Newsom Hall, the dormitory where students could leave their rooms and be in seats in perhaps a minute.

  • Jul 14

    CSU boasts record $172M in fundraising for 2015

    Coloradoan (7/14/2015)

    Colorado State University has set yet another fundraising record, bringing in $172.3 million for the fiscal year that ended June 30 — a 20.2 percent increase from the previous high that it established last year.

  • Jul 14

    CSU donations hit record $172.3 million for fiscal year

    BizWest (7/14/2015)

    Colorado State University announced on Tuesday that private donations to the Fort Collins campus from alumni and other sources hit $172.3 million for the fiscal year ending June 30, breaking a record for the fourth year in a row.

  • Jul 14

    Donations to CSU stadium total $27.2M, school says

    Coloradoan (7/14/2015)

    Supporters of the new on-campus stadium being built at CSU donated $9.6 million to the project in the fiscal year that ended June 30, bringing total fundraising for the facility to $27.2 million, a school official said Tuesday.<div style="display:none">when women cheat <a href="http://www.searchengineoptimization-seo.net/page/husbandcheated.aspx">my boyfriend cheated on me quotes</a> my fiance cheated on me</div>

  • Jul 12

    Ancient city discovered below jungle in Honduras

    CCTV (7/12/2015)

    It's a discovery that has the archaeological and scientific communities buzzing. An ancient city belonging to a mysterious culture was discovered underneath a jungle in Honduras.

  • Jul 12

    Some University of Wyoming professors quickly come and go

    (7/12/2015)

    Colorado State’s attrition has hovered consistently around the mid to high 40s for the past five years, Bush said, with about 25 of those being expected retirement — about the same as the University of Wyoming.

  • Jul 12

    Some University of Wyoming professors quickly come and go

    (7/12/2015)

    Colorado State’s attrition has hovered consistently around the mid to high 40s for the past five years, Bush said, with about 25 of those being expected retirement — about the same as the University of Wyoming.

  • Jul 9

    Colorado State University trims plans for new stadium to stay in budget

    Channel 7 News (7/9/2015)

    Colorado State University is cutting back on seats with chair backs, elevators and other amenities in order to keep its new on-campus stadium within its $220 million budget.

  • Jul 8

    A Colorado Coal Mining Town Struggles to Define Its Future

    New York Times (7/8/2015)

    “The basic story of rural mountain Colorado is mine-dependent communities, aging communities, resource-based,” said Martin Shields, director of the Regional Economics Institute at Colorado State University.

  • Jul 8

    CSU Vet Teaching Hospital offers free hospice care

    Collegian (7/8/2015)

    Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital is the only teaching hospital in the country to offer pet hospice services.

  • Jul 8

    Hibernating bears protect bones by reducing resorption

    Phys.org (7/8/2015)

    Intrigued by bone regeneration, Seth Donahue from Colorado State University, USA, and an international team of collaborators decided to monitor the blood levels of specific enzymes and hormones that are known to contribute to bone formation and resorption to find out how bears protect their bones during hibernation.

  • Jul 8

    Where to find an untapped tech workforce? Ask Temple Grandin

    Denver Post (7/8/2015)

    Grandin, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, is known for sharing how she handles her own autism and has achieved much more than most people.

  • Jul 6

    CU/CSU graduate Kjell Lindgren going to International Space Station for 5 months

    Channel 7 News (7/6/2015)

    A graduate of CU and CSU is going to the International Space Station for five months.

  • Jul 6

    Students Get Personal With #MyTopCollege Campaign

    Forbes (7/6/2015)

    Colorado State University leads the pack in the Mountain region, despite a heated bout of submissions from rivals College of Idaho and the University of Idaho.

  • Jul 6

    Ten years after hurricane, some students have unexpected success

    New Orleans Advocate (7/6/2015)

    Now, Abramson and his colleague Lori Peek, co-director of the Center for Disaster and Risk Analysis at Colorado State University and a co-author of the forthcoming book “Children of Katrina,” are interested in “resilience outliers” — people who do exceptionally well even in dire circumstances.

  • Jul 5

    News Analysis: Is California trying to take Arizona's water?

    Arizona Daily Sun (7/5/2015)

    By going after Arizona’s CAP water, said Udall, a Colorado State University research scientist, “California gets nothing at this point.”

  • Jul 4

    Colorado Garden to-do list: Harvest garlic, watch for insects

    Denver Post (7/4/2015)

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