CSU in the News

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  • Apr 7

    Flaring squanders natural gas as North Dakota lacks pipelines

    Casper Star-Tribune (4/7/2014)

    Black carbon emitted by flares and trucks affects health and contributes to climate change, according to a study by Colorado State University and the National Park Service.

  • Apr 7

    Higher Education Institutions Improve Learning Outcomes, Using Pearson's Technology and Content Solutions

    Houston Chronicle (4/7/2014)

    Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, adopted CourseConnect for its online and blended Criminology course in Spring 2013.

  • Apr 7

    Improved depth has Colorado State reloading, rather than rebuilding, defensive line

    Coloradoan (4/7/2014)

    All three defensive line starters for the CSU football team last fall — seniors Calvin Tonga, Eli Edwards and Curtis Wilson — are gone, leaving the Rams without a returning starter up front for the second consecutive year.

  • Apr 6

    Bacteria may be elk hoof culprit

    Bellingham Herald (4/6/2014)

    A total of 43 samples collected since 2009 from elk with obvious signs of the malady have been analyzed for a host of possible causes by five different diagnostic laboratories including Washington State University, Colorado State University, University of Wyoming the National Animal Disease Center operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Great Britain's University of Liverpool.

  • Apr 6

    Brenner: How to reduce college application anxiety

    Newsday (4/6/2014)

    Colorado State University's out-of-state applications increased 64 percent after it signed on.

  • Apr 6

    Colorado State dealing with limited numbers this spring

    Loveland Reporter-Herald (4/6/2014)

    In some regards, he was laughing because the thought of the main goal for spring practice being his Colorado State volleyball team survive without injuries is actually true to some extent.

  • Apr 6

    Colorado State football coach encouraged by first spring scrimmage

    Coloradoan (4/6/2014)

    After putting his CSU football team through its first scrimmage of the spring, coach Jim McElwain was feeling pretty good Sunday.

  • Apr 6

    CSU cancer research in dogs could help kids

    Channel 9 News (4/6/2014)

    Colorado State University veterinarian Dr. Bernard Seguin believes he can change what osteosarcoma survival looks like, for both man and his best friend.

  • Apr 6

    CSU Research Project to Study Benefits of Equine Therapy

    The Horse (4/6/2014)

    A new partnership between two of Colorado State University’s (CSU) flagship academic programs will lead to a better understanding of the potential benefits of equine-assisted activity and therapy (EAAT).

  • Apr 6

    Ethicist Bernard Rollin: 'This Ain't Agriculture: How Industrial Agriculture Hurts Animals and the Public's Health'

    Philadelphia Inquirer (4/6/2014)

    On Tuesday, renowned philosopher and ethicist Dr. Bernard Rollin from Colorado State University will be giving a lecture at the Academy of Natural Sciences on the history, ethics and public health impact of industrial animal agriculture.

  • Apr 6

    Flaring Wastes Badlands Gas as North Dakota Lacks Pipes

    Bloomberg (4/6/2014)

    Black carbon emitted by flares and trucks affects health and contributes to climate change, according to a study by Colorado State University and the National Park Service.

  • Apr 6

    Four Coloradans named to state ag hall of fame

    Coloradoan (4/6/2014)

    He was the first at Colorado State University to develop enterprise budgets for common commodities. In the 1980s, he hosted financial training programs for producers across the state.

  • Apr 6

    Marine works to reduce suicide among military vets

    Fox 31 Denver (4/6/2014)

    Nothing Jason Sydoriak sees in a Colorado State classroom can faze him.

  • Apr 6

    U.S. climbing championships: Two from Bay Area take speed honors

    San Jose Mercury News (4/6/2014)

    Among women, the repeat national champion was Delaney Miller, 19, a Colorado State University student from Frisco, Texas.

  • Apr 5

    Cities with the most content workers

    Indianapolis Star (4/5/2014)

    The area is home to a large number of high-tech manufacturers, as well as Colorado State University, a major research institution.

  • Apr 5

    CSU professor dies on campus of 'cardiac event'

    Coloradoan (4/5/2014)

    A longtime and distinguished Colorado State University chemistry professor died Friday afternoon after suffering a “cardiac event” while parking his bicycle on campus, investigators say.

  • Apr 5

    Harvest Pubic Media: While farm life changes, FFA’s blue jacket stays the same

    Fence Post (4/5/2014)

    That youthful energy gives FFA an edge over other rural, farm-related organizations, said Mike Martin, who studies agricultural education programs at Colorado State University.

  • Apr 5

    Mentally Challenging Jobs may Preserve Brain Power 15 Years After Retirement

    Science World Report (4/5/2014)

    According to researchers from Colorado State University's Gwen Fisher, critical skills used every day in the office are essential to long-term cognitive function.

  • Apr 5

    Rapid response critical in animal disease outbreak

    Drovers (4/5/2014)

    The article evaluates movement control options on a continental scale of an FMD-like epidemic in the United States and was prepared by the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Colorado State University, the University of Warwick (United Kingdom) and the Linköping University (Sweden). It is the first quantitative national-scale model of cattle movement.

  • Apr 4

    BusinessWeek: CSU among best business programs

    Coloradoan (4/4/2014)

    Colorado State University’s College of Business offers one of the country’s top undergraduate business programs, Bloomberg BusinessWeek said Friday.

  • Apr 4

    CSU Rams adjusting to departure of running back Donnell Alexander

    Denver Post (4/4/2014)

    Six practices into spring football, Colorado State coach Jim McElwain is satisfied with what he has seen from the Rams and is adamant that the sudden departure of running back Donnell Alexander from the program last week isn't crippling.

  • Apr 4

    Firms born in Innosphere incubator beat national average survival rate

    Denver Post (4/4/2014)

    The cities of Loveland, Fort Collins and Golden, four local banks and Colorado State University are backing Innosphere.

  • Apr 4

    Genetically Modified Foods

    Today's Dietitian (4/4/2014)

    Ashley Colpaart, MS, RD, is the 2013-2014 chair of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Hunger and Environmental Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group and a doctoral student in interdisciplinary studies of food science and food safety at Colorado State University.

  • Apr 4

    Redevelopment of I-70, National Western a boon to Denver

    Denver Post (4/4/2014)

    Alongside partners like Colorado State University, History Colorado, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and the city of Denver, this new operation will need an efficient and effective multimodal transportation system that works for the surrounding neighborhoods, local businesses and, yes, even cattle and cowboys, too.

  • Apr 4

    Women showing craft breweries: Yes, we can

    Boulder County Business Report (4/4/2014)

    Women are not only making waves in the craft beer industry as brewers, but also in support industries. Twila Henley is founder of Grouse Malting & Roasting Co. in Wellington, a start-up company that creates gluten-free craft malts for breweries and home brewers. She is an alumna of Colorado State University’s food science and food safety graduate program and second-place winner of the University of Northern Colorado’s 2013 Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge.

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