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  • Oct 4

    Study finds after-school exercise yields brain gains

    Coloradoan (10/4/2014)

    Nathaniel Riggs, an associate professor of human development and family studies at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, said, "One important direction for future research is to actually measure physiological processes that may be able to explain these associations."

  • Oct 3

    Outside groups dwarf candidates' contributions in guv's race

    Colorado Statesman (10/3/2014)

    "I think if he's got it to spend, and this is close and resources are needed, it wouldn’t surprise me at all," said Kyle Saunders, a political scientist at Colorado State University. "He can put in as much as he wants."

  • Oct 3

    Tickets on sale for 2014 TEDxCSU conference

    Coloradoan (10/3/2014)

    Nine speakers representing CSU and Northern Colorado will be part of TEDxCSU 2014 conference focused on the theme "Know Better Do Better," inspired by the late author and poet Maya Angelou.

  • Oct 2

    Soil Doctors Hit Pay Dirt In Manhattan's Central Park

    National Public Radio (NPR) (10/2/2014)

    They were 10 soil ecologists -- aka dirt doctors. Kelly Ramirez from Colorado State University was among them.

  • Oct 2

    Troy McWhinney honored by CSU's Everitt Center

    Coloradoan (10/2/2014)

    Troy McWhinney, chief investment officer and co-founder of the Loveland-based real estate development company that bears his name, was named Real Estate Entrepreneur of the Year by the Everitt Real Estate Center at the College of Business at Colorado State University on Wednesday, Oct. 1.

  • Oct 1

    CSU Rams quarterback Garrett Grayson plans to play vs. Tulsa

    Denver Post (10/1/2014)

    "Garrett handled all run-drill situations," McElwain said of the practice, moved to the stadium because rains had left the practice fields next to Moby Arena soggy. "His pitch count was about zero today. He kind of lobbed it around a little bit, and there definitely wasn't much on it. But he should be ready to go."

  • Oct 1

    It's Time to Pass a Carbon Tax

    Wall Street Journal (10/1/2014)

    Bill Ritter is currently the director of the Center for the New Energy Economy at Colorado State University.

  • Oct 1

    No. 7 CSU volleyball team returns to Moby Arena

    Coloradoan (10/1/2014)

    "They're error percentage is really low and they're playing with their maturity," CSU coach Tom Hilbert said. "Look at what they've done with their schedule. They look like a very good team."

  • Oct 1

    Wdowik nutrition column: Apples are simple, healthful, yet full of variety

    Bloomberg Business Week (10/1/2014)

    Melissa Wdowik, PhD, RDN is an assistant professor at Colorado State University in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, and director of the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center.

  • Sep 30

    Can the world keep up with soaring global food demand?

    CBS News (9/30/2014)

    "Even today there is enough food on the planet for all of us," said Raj Khosla, professor of precision agriculture at Colorado State University, one of the GACSA's founding member organizations. "But a very significant amount of food is either lost at the farm before it reaches the market in the lesser-developed economies... or in the developed world there's so much food on the table that it's wasted."

  • Sep 30

    In Colo., male candidates battle over women's rights

    USA Today (9/30/2014)

    "Had you asked me to handicap this race six months ago, I would have said Udall's incumbency … would have given him a really good shot at winning," said Kyle Saunders, a political science professor at Colorado State University. "(Now) this is a really close race and a lot closer than a lot of people thought it would be."

  • Sep 30

    Say Goodbye to Water Year 2014, which was Reasonably Gentle to Colorado

    Rocky Mountain PBS (9/30/2014)

    A look at the "teacup" map published weekly by the Colorado Climate Center at Colorado State University also tells the story.

  • Sep 29

    Arrests expected after Fort Collins riot breaks out

    Denver Post (9/29/2014)

    People threw rocks and bottles at police, ripped street signs from the ground and destroyed other property when a riot broke out near Colorado State University in Fort Collins on Saturday night.

  • Sep 29

    Ash borer enemy lands in Boulder: Parasitic wasp may aid fight

    Denver Post (9/29/2014)

    The cost to Colorado mainly comes in staff time for the multiple agencies that will manage it, including the state agriculture department, the city of Boulder and Boulder County, the University of Colorado, Colorado State University and the state and federal forest services.

  • Sep 29

    Ash borer enemy lands in Boulder: Parasitic wasp may aid fight

    Boulder Daily Camera (9/29/2014)

    The cost to Colorado mainly comes in staff time for the multiple agencies that will manage it, including the state agriculture department, the city of Boulder and Boulder County, the University of Colorado, Colorado State University and the state and federal forest services.

  • Sep 29

    Let's Act Before the Oil Bubble Bursts

    Wall Street Journal (9/29/2014)

    Bill Ritter is currently the director of the Center for the New Energy Economy at Colorado State University.

  • Sep 28

    Colorado State returns home after sweep of Boise State

    Coloradoan (9/28/2014)

    The seemingly never-ending road swing is finally over for the CSU volleyball team.

  • Sep 28

    Did You Know?

    Pacific Coast Journal (9/28/2014)

    In the course of his investigations, Grant crossed paths with Ed Squires, Ph.D., at Colorado State University’s Equine Reproduction Laboratory.

  • Sep 28

    Editorial: Colorado must remain hub for entrepreneurs

    Loveland Reporter-Herald (9/28/2014)

    Research from Colorado State University this week shows that Colorado is among the top states in the country for the creation of businesses by local entrepreneurs.

  • Sep 28

    Making Colorado water monitoring even better

    Denver Post (9/28/2014)

    Colorado State University's effort is being conducted with Noble Energy and several government agencies.

  • Sep 27

    2014 Confucius Institute Day at CSU

    Coloradoan (9/27/2014)

    Colorado State University participates in the worldwide celebration of Confucius Institute Day, September 27, 2014.

  • Sep 27

    Colorado St waves MWC flag in win at Boston College

    NBC Sports (9/27/2014)

    The Mountain West Conference may be lacking in victories over power conferences, but somehow Colorado State (3-1) has managed to win two of them.

  • Sep 27

    Jim McElwain "excited" with CSU road victory

    Denver Post (9/27/2014)

    Absolutely, Colorado State coach Jim McElwain was excited Saturday after the Rams took their second win of the season over a team from one of the FBS' five "power" leagues.

  • Sep 26

    Choice Is Key If You Want Kids To Eat Their Vegetables

    KUNC radio (9/26/2014)

    "It's really tough for the schools, because they’re dependent on their clients -- the students. And I think it's really tough to balance healthy food with the taste preferences of the clients," said Leslie Cunningham-Sabo, a Colorado State University nutritionist.

  • Sep 26

    Colorado State testing in drilling basin

    Lincoln Journal Star (9/26/2014)

    A real-time system for monitoring water quality in the Denver-Julesberg basin, where companies are exploring and drilling for oil and gas, was unveiled this week by Colorado State University researchers.

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