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  • Jul 14

    Getting in-state tuition once you're out of state no easy task

    Denver Post (7/14/2014)

    "I've seen it where students come here as non-residents and thought just by living here and going to school for nine months, they would automatically become a resident," said Tom Biedscheid, director of student financial services at Colorado State University. "That's absolutely never the case."

  • Jul 14

    Heat-related illness is a serious summertime concern for dogs

    Sterling Journal-Advocate (7/14/2014)

    In the past decade, 36 dogs were treated at CSU's James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital for heat-related illness after being removed from hot cars. One-third of these dogs died from their injuries.

  • Jul 14

    Project aims to shed light on WWII camps

    KRQE, Albuquerque (7/14/2014)

    A partnership between the New Mexico Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League and the Public Lands History Center out of Colorado State University organized the project.

  • Jul 14

    Secondhand smoke harms pets

    Detroit News (7/14/2014)

    Secondhand smoke can cause lung and nasal cancer in dogs, malignant lymphoma in cats and allergy and respiratory problems in both animals, according to studies done at Tufts University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in Massachusetts, Colorado State University and other schools.

  • Jul 14

    Super Woman nominee Kalyn Taylor gets her hands dirty

    Coloradoan (7/14/2014)

    At a young age and in her first semester at CSU, Kalyn stepped up to the plate to manage the CSU Student Farm.

  • Jul 13

    Child care center blooming this summer

    Vail Daily (7/13/2014)

    The Colorado State University Cooperative Extension office in Eagle is helping with gardening, and Cooking Matters, another nonprofit that focuses on education for parents and families, is also planning to host seminars.

  • Jul 13

    Congress tackles invasive species

    Durango Herald (7/13/2014)

    By the time the federal money trickles down to “the hinterland, if you will” they are “grossly insufficient,” said George Beck, a professor in weed science at Colorado State University who testified at the hearing on behalf of Healthy Habitats Coalition.

  • Jul 13

    Neighbors near CSU don't want stadium to be an 'eyesore'

    Coloradoan (7/13/2014)

    The proposed on-campus stadium at CSU, if built, would be one of the largest buildings on campus and in Fort Collins. Its planned west grandstand will reach 10 stories.

  • Jul 13

    Secondhand smoke as harmful to pets as people

    Joliett (Ill.) News-Herald (7/13/2014)

    Secondhand smoke can cause lung and nasal cancer in dogs, malignant lymphoma in cats and allergy and respiratory problems in both animals, according to studies done at Tufts University's School of Veterinary Medicine in Massachusetts, Colorado State University and other schools.

  • Jul 13

    Secondhand smoke as harmful to pets as people

    Worchester (Mass.) Telegram (7/13/2014)

    Secondhand smoke can cause lung and nasal cancer in dogs, malignant lymphoma in cats and allergy and respiratory problems in both animals, according to studies done at Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in Grafton, Colorado State University and other schools.

  • Jul 12

    Counting species for future trails

    Loveland Reporter-Herald (7/12/2014)

    "There's the potential we missed the flight period," said Sovell, a zoologist with the Colorado Natural Heritage Program at Colorado State University, which collects data about rare species of plants and animals to help local governments develop conservation plans.

  • Jul 12

    Four-year college athletic scholarships could be wave of future

    Denver Post (7/12/2014)

    Colorado State, meanwhile, does not offer four-year scholarships, but a CSU spokesman said it's an issue the school is monitoring.

  • Jul 12

    Gilbert dog-kennel deaths prompt push for regulation

    Arizona Republic (7/12/2014)

    Some of the regulations pet owners are seeking in Arizona have been in effect in Colorado for about 20 years through a licensing-and-inspection program that evaluates pet care facilities' ventilation, enclosure sizes, cooling and medical treatment, said Rebecca Ruch-Gallie, service chief for community practice at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

  • Jul 12

    Vail Daily column: Debate continues over role of women in military

    Vail Daily (7/12/2014)

    Thus began the “re-education” of five college girls from Colorado State University.

  • Jul 11

    CSU and CU selected to co-manage international sustainability hub

    Collegian (7/11/2014)

    Colorado State University and CU-Boulder were selected to co-manage one of five international hubs for Future Earth, a 10-year research project to address environmental changes worldwide.

  • Jul 11

    CSU football has sold more than 5,000 season tickets

    Coloradoan (7/11/2014)

    CSU is remaining on pace to outsell its football season ticket total from last season.

  • Jul 11

    JBS fine highlights meatpacking dangers

    Northern Colorado Business Report (7/11/2014)

    Lorann Stallones, an occupational epidemiologist at Colorado State University, said agribusiness workers have greater exposure to risks than do other workers.

  • Jul 11

    Opinion: CSU can't afford a new football stadium

    Denver Post (7/11/2014)

    In early 2012, when the newly hired athletic director at Colorado State University, Jack Graham, announced his "big dream" to build a new football stadium on the academic campus, there had been no investigation, no feasibility studies, no conversation with the city, no impact analysis on nearby neighborhoods nor vetting that normally precede decisions about a project of this size, impact and expense.

  • Jul 11

    Part 2: Drovers/CattleNetwork Beef Systems Tour, 2014

    Drovers (7/11/2014)

    At noon on the first day of the tour, the group arrived at the Colorado State University (CSU) Agricultural Research Development and Education Center (ARDEC), near Wellington, Colo.

  • Jul 11

    Soapbox: CSU stadium proposal an issue of democracy

    Coloradoan (7/11/2014)

    CSU's proposal for an on-campus stadium is an issue that has been at the forefront of local news for the past several months.

  • Jul 10

    About to trash your produce? Here's how to make it last

    Durango Herald (7/10/2014)

    Wendy Rice is family and consumer science agent for the La Plata County Extension Office.

  • Jul 10

    Colorado resident fights plague, likely source in Adams County

    Denver Post (7/10/2014)

    As part of the health investigation, the Colorado State University Veterinarian Diagnostic Laboratory recovered and tested the carcass of the dog, which tested positive for the plague.

  • Jul 10

    Colorado State University upgrading 51-year-old building

    Channel 9 News (7/10/2014)

    Colorado State University is spending $12 million to upgrade the William O. Eddy Hall for safety and to spruce up both the interior and exterior of the building, the construction contractor announced Monday.

  • Jul 10

    CSU hosts 25th Colorado Lorenzo de Zavala Youth Legislative Session

    Collegian (7/10/2014)

    Colorado State University is hosting high school Latino students from Colorado, New York, Arizona, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Texas this week to participate in government-based activities and enhance leadership skills.

  • Jul 10

    CU Denver offering 'gunshot trauma training' classes

    Colorado Public Radio (7/10/2014)

    Colorado State University's officers are certified in CPR and basic First Aid. "In addition, we also provide each officer with a survival tourniquet which they can either apply to a gunshot victim or themselves," CSU spokesman Mike Hooker says.

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