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  • Apr 9

    CSU Atlantic Hurricane Outlook Calls For Mild Season

    KUNC radio (4/9/2015)

    Phil Klotzbach is a research scientist with the Tropical Meteorology Project at CSU, and heads up the forecasting project. Klotzbach said the number of named storms, hurricanes and major hurricanes is predicted to be "about half the average hurricane season."

  • Apr 9

    Lory Student Center is CSU's $33M economic hub

    Coloradoan (4/9/2015)

    The Lory Student Center at Colorado State is more than just the "heart" of the Fort Collins university's campus.

  • Apr 9

    Quieter than normal Atlantic hurricane season predicted

    Washington Post (4/9/2015)

    Klotzbach, who is a research scientist at Colorado State University, has worked since 2000 with Bill Gray, who began making and publicizing seasonal hurricane forecasts in the 1980s.

  • Apr 9

    Regis' new college to offer more class types, mix of students

    Denver Post (4/9/2015)

    "Also, this is how millennials learn. They have a life, too," said Nancy Irlbeck, associate dean of academic affairs at CSU's College of Agricultural Sciences. "It's a lot different than when I was in school."

  • Apr 9

    Steps to protect your poultry from avian influenza

    High Plains Journal (4/9/2015)

    As part of existing avian health programs and avian influenza response plans, federal and state partners are working jointly on disease surveillance and monitoring in Colorado including the Colorado State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories.

  • Apr 8

    Colorado researchers use horse sense to innovate joint therapies

    Denver Post (4/8/2015)

    "Through this gift, we are really going to expand our knowledge of stem cell therapies," said veterinarian Laurie Goodrich, associate professor in equine surgery and lameness at CSU's College of Veterinary Medicine.

  • Apr 8

    CSU attempting s'more-making feat for a Guinness World Record

    Denver Business Journal (4/8/2015)

    Colorado State University will attempt to set a record for the most people making s'mores simultaneously next Saturday, April 18 at 11:30 a.m. at Meridian and Pitkin streets in Fort Collins.

  • Apr 8

    Hines Ward gives Higgins a lesson in leadership

    Coloradoan (4/8/2015)

    Ward, one of the best NFL wide receivers of the past 20 years and four-time Pro Bowl selection, was the keynote speaker Monday for Colorado State University's Asian/Pacific Islander Awareness Month.

  • Apr 8

    Meet your new Fort Collins City Council

    Coloradoan (4/8/2015)

    Term-limited after serving as the District 4 councilman since 2007, Troxell is an associate professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado State University.

  • Apr 8

    Power Plant Rules Could Unite States On Climate Action

    Kitsap Sun (4/8/2015)

    Colorado State University's Center for New Energy Economy is convening talks involving 13 Western states.

  • Apr 7

    ASCSU needs student votes to pass amendments

    Collegian (4/7/2015)

    At least 10 percent of the student body must vote in the Associated Students of Colorado State University elections in order for the amendments in the ASCSU constitution to pass, according to the Elections Manager Andrei Gurau.

  • Apr 7

    Brewing Companies Bankroll Program That Teaches College Kids To Make Beer

    International Business Times (4/7/2015)

    "This program is intended to be a resource for the entire brewing industry, and the fact that we have gifts from numerous sources shows that we are engaging industry and working to create a program that is relevant," Jeffrey Callaway, director of industry outreach for CSU, said in a statement.

  • Apr 7

    Colorado agents seize 100 prairie dogs, leaving rodents in limbo

    Denver Post (4/7/2015)

    Dr. Greg Florant, a biology professor at Colorado State University, said laws allow prairie dogs to be killed or relocated when development begins but that he feels it's best to try to save them. "It's unfortunate usually for the prairie dogs because they were there first," he said.

  • Apr 7

    CSU goes big with S'mores world record attempt chocolate

    North Denver News (4/7/2015)

    The Colorado State University alums who revolutionized campfire snacks with their chocolate-chip-stuffed marshmallows are reaching for a world record for the most people making s’mores simultaneously.

  • Apr 7

    Does Throat Spray Reach Horses' Upper Airway Structures?

    The Horse (4/7/2015)

    So researchers from Colorado State University (CSU) evaluated two throat spray techniques, and Aimee Colbath, VMD, resident in equine surgery and lameness at CSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital, presented their results at the 2014 American Association of Equine Practitioners Convention, held Dec. 6-10 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

  • Apr 7

    Extend your growing season

    Durango Herald (4/7/2015)

    Sponsors of the workshop, in conjunction with the Western Center for Risk Management Education, are the Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, San Juan Resource Conservation and Development, Dolores Conservation District, Southwest Farm Fresh, Rocky Mountain Farmers Unions, the Durango School District 9-R nutrition department and Fort Lewis College’s Old Fort and environmental center.

  • Apr 7

    NFL MVP Hines Ward talks diversity Monday

    Collegian (4/7/2015)

    Excitement, laughter and whole lot of inspiration filled the Lory Student Center Monday evening as two-time Super Bowl champion addressed the Colorado State University community about discrimination, work-ethic and life after football.

  • Apr 7

    Now is the time to do wildfire mitigation

    Channel 9 News (4/7/2015)

    With Colorado's snowpack at only 65 percent of average and Red Flag Warnings again in effect throughout much of the Colorado on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Colorado State Forest Service reminds landowners that there's no better time than now to prepare homes and communities for wildfire.

  • Apr 7

    Wildfire Readiness: ‘The Best Defense Is A Good Offense’

    CBS4 News Denver (4/7/2015)

    The Colorado State Forest Service is reminding landowners that there’s no better time than now to prepare homes for wildfire with Colorado’s snowpack at 65 percent of average.

  • Apr 6

    New Belgium gives CSU fermentation science $1 million

    Coloradoan (4/6/2015)

    Colorado State University's new fermentation science major will have a new laboratory by August, thanks to a $1 million donation by New Belgium Brewing and its founder Kim Jordan.

  • Apr 6

    Pingree Park renamed CSU Mountain Campus

    Coloradoan (4/6/2015)

    Colorado State University has officially renamed its Pingree Park Mountain Campus to Colorado State University Mountain Campus.

  • Apr 6

    Record-breaking CSU basketball team had high-tech help

    Coloradoan (4/6/2015)

    Six cameras mounted high up in Moby Arena tracked the movements of Colorado State University players in each of their 17 home games during a record-setting 27-7 season.

  • Apr 4

    Avian influenza spreads across West in backyard and commercial flocks

    Greeley Tribune (4/4/2015)

    While Colorado ranks 33rd nationally for poultry and egg production, according to the 2012 Census of Agriculture, a detection of the virus in the state could deepen trade restrictions on poultry that have already been announced by Canada and Mexico, said Kristy Pabilonia, an associate professor and veterinarian at Colorado State University.

  • Apr 1

    CSU Forecaster Calls For Below Average Hurricane Season

    CBS Miami (4/1/2015)

    CBS4 meteorologist John Gerard, who is attending the National Hurricane Conference in Austin, Texas this week, had a chance to ask Dr. Phil Klotzbach from Colorado State University about the early indications for the 2015 hurricane season.

  • Apr 1

    CSU spinoff VetDC raises $2.1M to help commercialize canine cancer drug

    BizWest (4/1/2015)

    Colorado State University spinoff VetDC Inc. has raised $2.1 million of what it hopes will be a total round of $3 million to $6 million to help move its canine lymphoma drug toward commercialization.

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