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  • Jun 3

    University of Wyoming, Colorado State foundations prepare to put Y Cross Ranch back on market

    Casper Star-Tribune (6/3/2015)

    A large ranch jointly owned by the University of Wyoming Foundation and Colorado State University Research Foundation will go back on the real estate market after the schools failed to reach an agreement with representatives of the previous owner not to sell.

  • Jun 2

    Effort to create multi-state dry bean program picks up steam

    Capital Press (6/2/2015)

    Colorado State University has a bean breeding program, something the University of Idaho and University of Wyoming lack, while UI and UW have plant pathologists and CSU will lose its plant pathologist at the end of June.<div style="display:none">I cheated on my wife <a href="http://halar.org/page/slug.aspx">reasons why women cheat on their husbands</a> reasons why husbands cheat</div>

  • Jun 2

    Klotzbach-Gray continue to call for slow hurricane season

    Sun-Sentinel (6/2/2015)

    In April, the two Colorado State University climatologists predicted seven named storms, including three hurricanes. They increased their June forecast by one storm because Tropical Storm Ana emerged in May.

  • Jun 2

    Touched by Star Wars, Boulder toy robot maker raises $45 million

    Denver Post (6/2/2015)

    "I think it's great news for everyone when investments are made like this in Colorado," said Todd Headley, president of CSU Ventures, which pairs bioscience startups from the school with local angel investors.<div style="display:none">I cheated on my wife <a href="http://halar.org/page/slug.aspx">unfaithful wife</a> reasons why husbands cheat</div>

  • Jun 1

    10 Years Since Katrina: A Look Back At The Busiest Hurricane Season

    NPR (6/1/2015)

    It was followed by two other major hurricanes, Rita and Wilma — all formed close to the U.S coastline. Phil Klotzbach, a meteorologist with Colorado State University, says that helps explain why they did so much damage.

  • Jun 1

    10 Years Since Katrina: A Look Back At The Busiest Hurricane Season

    NPR (6/1/2015)

    It was followed by two other major hurricanes, Rita and Wilma — all formed close to the U.S coastline. Phil Klotzbach, a meteorologist with Colorado State University, says that helps explain why they did so much damage.

  • Jun 1

    CSU Vets Refine Art of Artificial Tissue

    Veterinary Practice News (6/1/2015)

    The skin they sell is fake, but the entrepreneurial achievements of Colorado State University equine surgeons Dean Hendrickson and Fausto Bellezzo are 100 percent real.

  • Jun 1

    CSU WR Rashard Higgins named preseason All-American

    Coloradoan (6/1/2015)

    Eleven CSU football players were named to Phil Steele's 2015 preseason All-Mountain West teams Monday and one claimed national honors.<div style="display:none">I cheated on my wife <a href="http://halar.org/page/slug.aspx">unfaithful wife</a> reasons why husbands cheat</div>

  • Jun 1

    NWSS celebrates state funding passage

    High Plains Journal (6/1/2015)

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  • Jun 1

    Orbital ATK’s Kent Rominger Inducted intoAstronaut Hall of Fame

    MarketWatch (6/1/2015)

    A native of Del Norte, Colorado, Rominger received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Colorado State University and a master’s degree in aeronautical engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School.

  • Jun 1

    VerbalizeIt Translates Blue Ocean Challenge Entry Into $250K

    eWallstreeter (6/1/2015)

    VerbalizeIt, a startup that connects businesses with translators from around the world, was the big winner at the Colorado State University Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge on Saturday.

  • May 31

    Boulder company wins Blue Ocean Challenge, $250,000

    Coloradoan (5/31/2015)

    A Boulder-based startup, VerbalizeIt, was named the winner of Colorado State University's Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge.

  • May 31

    Colorado Springs sets record: May was wettest month - ever - for city

    Colorado Springs Gazette (5/31/2015)

    "What's been really interesting is how many days it's rained - it wasn't just a few big rains," said Nolan Doesken, the state climatologist at Colorado State University's Colorado Climate Center.

  • May 31

    Mike Bobo sees Colorado State as growth stock — on field and in life

    USA Today (5/31/2015)

    He got an offer from Colorado State and took it — leaping toward something uncomfortable, likely challenging and potentially rewarding. He leapt at the possibility of growth.

  • May 30

    CSU’s Knight studies land use changes

    Coloradoan (5/30/2015)

    Rick Knight, a Colorado State University professor in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources in the Warner College of Natural Resources, is the subject of this month’s meet the professor series.

  • May 30

    Stocking illegal bass harms area

    Grand Junction Sentinel (5/30/2015)

    In addition to increased monitoring of fisheries, the agency is working with Colorado State University to develop technology to trace the origins of illegally introduced fish.

  • May 29

    CSU to study female faculty members' salaries

    Denver Post (5/29/2015)

    The pay of female professors at Colorado State University will come under scrutiny after CSU president Tony Frank this week announced plans to study pay equity at the school.

  • May 26

    Colorado soldier Sgt. Peter Lemon honored on Medal of Honor stamp sheet

    Channel 7 News (5/26/2015)

    Lemon graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech and earned the Master of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado.<div style="display:none">I cheated on my wife <a href="http://halar.org/page/slug.aspx">looking for affair</a> reasons why husbands cheat</div>

  • May 26

    Hughes Stadium land value estimates vary widely

    Coloradoan (5/26/2015)

    Demand for the 160-acre site that Hughes Stadium sits on would be high if CSU were to sell it, Fort Collins Realtors and developers said.

  • May 25

    Experts tie hurricane changes to climate change

    Tampa Tribune (5/25/2015)

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  • May 24

    CloudSat Analyzed the Eye of Typhoon Dolphin

    SpaceRef.com (5/24/2015)

    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.<div style="display:none">I cheated on my wife <a href="http://halar.org/page/slug.aspx">unfaithful wife</a> reasons why husbands cheat</div>

  • May 24

    Colorado researchers fighting to get ahead of the next Ebola outbreak

    Denver Post (5/24/2015)

    Complementing the on-the-ground work in Africa by Corgenix, Fio and others is Ebola-related domestic research such as that occurring at Colorado State University.

  • May 24

    CSU Equine Surgeons Develop Lifelike Surgical Models

    The Horse (5/24/2015)

    Practicing surgical techniques on artificial skin that bleeds sure beats the alternative, Paul Ryan, a Colorado State University (CSU) veterinary student, says.

  • May 24

    Frei: Saluting John Mosley, many others

    Denver Post (5/24/2015)

    In 1940, the Colorado A&M Aggies — later the Colorado State Rams — were in Salt Lake City to face Utah in football. The night before the game, coach Harry Hughes took the Aggies to a movie theater.

  • May 24

    Weather dampening prospects of Boulder County farmers

    Boulder Daily Camera (5/24/2015)

    "Fresh Farm News," a newsletter of the Boulder County Farmers Market, carries a note from Adrian Card, a Colorado State University agricultural/natural resources extension agent, detailing the impact on Boulder County and northern Colorado growers who have been affected by the "excessive spring moisture" that exceeds anything seen in spring since 1995.

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