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  • Mar 6

    Cannibals. Human sacrifice. Have explorers finally found the fabled lost City of the Monkey God?

    Daily Mail, UK (3/6/2015)

    Christopher Fisher, an archaeologist from Colorado State University and team member, believes the sculptures -- found at the base of the pyramid -- may have been offerings to the Monkey God.

  • Mar 6

    Cannibals. Human sacrifice. Have explorers finally found the fabled lost City of the Monkey God?

    Daily Mail, UK (3/6/2015)

    Christopher Fisher, an archaeologist from Colorado State University and team member, believes the sculptures — found at the base of the pyramid — may have been offerings to the Monkey God.

  • Mar 6

    Fort Collins spends more, but growth leaves some behind

    Coloradoan (3/6/2015)

    "The community is growing but that growth hasn't necessary trickled down or benefited everyone across the board," said Martin Shields, Colorado State University's regional economist. "On average, people might be better off but there are certainly a lot of people who aren't."

  • Mar 6

    Hot yoga: added value or gimmick?

    News 24 - Nigeria (3/6/2015)

    Dr Brian L. Tracy, an exercise scientist at Colorado State University recently led a research project on Bikram yoga. He found that a group of healthy young adults showed "some modest increases in strength and muscle control, as well as a big improvement in balance. They also achieved a slight drop in body weight."

  • Mar 6

    Visit Fort Collins names Cynthia Eichler CEO, executive director

    BizWest (3/6/2015)

    Cynthia Eichler has been named executive director and chief executive of Visit Fort Collins, the city’s tourism marketing organization.

  • Mar 5

    Colo. legislators seek protections for students' data

    Coloradoan (3/5/2015)

    SB15-173 is not expected to affect vendors who partner with state universities, Colorado State University spokesman Kyle Henley said. "This bill is really targeted to K-12 schools, not higher ed."

  • Mar 5

    CSU art students explore different passions

    Collegian (3/5/2015)

    Thomas came to Colorado State University interested in psychology, a field she believed would allow her to help others.

  • Mar 5

    CSU sharing research cost at Japan nuclear site

    Channel 9 News (3/5/2015)

    Colorado State University is helping pay the salary of a radiation expert to study the environmental effects of the 2011 meltdown at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

  • Mar 5

    Details released on CSU's stadium impact obligations

    Coloradoan (3/5/2015)

    A draft agreement between Fort Collins and CSU regarding the school's controversial on-campus stadium includes limitations on large events, the university paying for added public transit needs for games and lane improvements.

  • Mar 4

    Counties look to new social services techniques

    Telluride Daily Planet (3/4/2015)

    "The traditional method is needed, but it seems to be a little antagonistic with some families," Friedrich said, referencing a Colorado State University study that looked at trials of differential response in other counties. "The families had a better experience working with the counties, they felt like they were heard, they felt like they were a part of the solution. The caseworkers had higher job satisfaction."

  • Mar 4

    CSU qualifies two for NCAA track championships

    Coloradoan (3/4/2015)

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  • Mar 4

    Responding to climate change

    Durango Herald (3/4/2015)

    Marcie Demmy Bidwell, executive director of Mountain Studies Institute, and Renee Rondeau, a conservation biologist with Colorado Natural Heritage Program at Colorado State University, are scheduled to speak at the Green Business Roundtable next week.

  • Mar 4

    Test aims to boost farm efficiency, free up water

    Channel 9 News (3/4/2015)

    Research will be overseen by Colorado State University professor Ramchand Oad.

  • Mar 3

    Forget about that snowball — here's what climate change could actually do to our winters

    Washington Post (3/3/2015)

    So some respected researchers, publishing in scientific literature, do think that climate change is giving us these insane winters -- but others remain skeptical. Like Elizabeth Barnes, an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University. "Natural variability is very large, and the Arctic is not acting in isolation in terms of its influence on mid latitude weather," Barnes told me. "To date, I can’t think of a study that shows that the Arctic is more important on influencing mid latitude weather than these other factors, like tropical warming."

  • Mar 3

    Laws that decimate unions may be inevitable. Here's how labor can survive.

    Washington Post (3/3/2015)

    Colorado State University business school professor Raymond Hogler just published a history of right-to-work laws, and he argues that they’re the primary cause of union decline in the country.

  • Mar 2

    Exclusive: Lost City Discovered in Honduran Rain Forest

    National Geographic (3/2/2015)

    Christopher Fisher, a Mesoamerican archaeologist on the team from Colorado State University, said the pristine, unlooted condition of the site was "incredibly rare."

  • Mar 2

    Rev. Malcolm Boyd, Episcopal Activist and Writer, Dies at 91

    New York Times (3/2/2015)

    In 1959, he became a chaplain at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Finding it easier to communicate informally, he met students in coffee houses and became known as “the espresso priest.”

  • Mar 2

    What Is Oil And Gas Wastewater And What Do We Do With It?

    KUNC radio (3/2/2015)

    That wastewater picks up a lot of chemicals because of where it comes from, said Ken Carlson, an engineering professor at Colorado State University who studies energy and water issues.

  • Mar 1

    Colorado land impact of oil and gas boom: scars spread and stay

    Denver Post (3/1/2015)

    The imprint of the oil boom statewide "is a very large area," said Colorado State University ecology professor Mark Paschke, the associate dean for natural resources research.

  • Mar 1

    FLEX regional bus service to connect Fort Collins and Boulder

    Longmont Times-Call (3/1/2015)

    Gerstle called the continuation of FLEX service into Longmont, and its extension into Boulder, "a really exciting collaborative effort" by Fort Collins, Boulder, Longmont, Loveland, the University of Colorado, Colorado State University and the Regional Transportation District.

  • Mar 1

    Weld County legislators say it’s unclear what will become of oil, gas task force proposals

    Greeley Tribune (3/1/2015)

    “They are not wildly robust in solving the problems,” said John Straayer, a political science professor at Colorado State University. “It’s not completely clear that they will foreclose the possibility of ballot measures in the future.”

  • Feb 28

    CSU working with CU ‘Yes Means Yes’ bill focusing on affirmative consent

    Collegian (2/28/2015)

    The Associated Students of Colorado State University are working with the University of Colorado’s student government on a proposed statewide bill that shifts the definition of consent to focus on affirmation.

  • Feb 28

    CSU, Fort Collins plan open house on stadium

    Coloradoan (2/28/2015)

    The city of Fort Collins and Colorado State University on March 11 will host an open house on a pending agreement to address impacts of CSU’s proposed on-campus stadium.

  • Feb 27

    Fort Collins, CSU plan stadium open house

    Coloradoan (2/27/2015)

    The city of Fort Collins and Colorado State University on March 11 will host an open house on a pending agreement to address impacts of CSU’s proposed on-campus stadium.

  • Feb 27

    John Morris leaves Colorado State to become Tufts athletic director

    Denver Post (2/27/2015)

    The number of candidates for the position of Colorado State athletic director has been reduced by one with the departure of CSU interim athletic director John Morris.

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