CSU in the News

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  • Sep 9

    Several Colorado universities land a spot on Best Colleges ranking

    Denver Business Journal (9/9/2914)

    Colorado State University (CSU) came in at No. 58 on the Public Schools list and landed a No. 121 spot on the national rankings list of all schools.

  • Sep 16

    CSU offensive coordinator Dave Baldwin aims for consistency, balance

    Denver Post (9/16/2014)

    Dave Baldwin is a former Division I-A head coach -- from 1997-2000, he was one of Mike MacIntyre's predecessors at San Jose State -- now in his third season as Jim McElwain's offensive coordinator at Colorado State.

  • Sep 16

    How should we talk about suicide?

    Medical News Today (9/16/2014)

    "Coverage of the recent suicide of Robin Williams was problematic," Prof. Silvia Canetto, from the College of Natural Sciences-Psychology at Colorado State University, told Medical News Today.

  • Sep 15

    5 Yoga Myths Even Devoted Yogis Still Believe

    Huffington Post (9/15/2014)

    Brian L. Tracy, Ph.D., an exercise scientist at Colorado State University, studied the heated practice and found short-term Bikram practice produces no changes in hand strength, cardio measures or maximal aerobic fitness.

  • Sep 15

    Colorado State volleyball moves into top 10 in rankings

    Coloradoan (9/15/2014)

    CSU officially has a top 10 volleyball team. The Rams moved up six spots to No. 8 in the AVCA coaches poll released Monday, Sept. 15.

  • Sep 15

    Companies Promise 'Personalized Education'

    Chronical of Higher Ed (9/15/2014)

    "We realized no one system is the answer," says Gaye DiGregorio, executive director of the university’s Center for Advising and Student Achievement. "When we started this, that’s what we were looking for."

  • Sep 14

    Colorado hop growers reap record harvest to supply local craft brewers

    Denver Post (9/14/2014)

    Would-be growers are attracted by the high prices, which are on a per-acre par with lucrative peach farming, said Ron Godin, a Delta-based agronomist with the Colorado State University Extension.

  • Sep 14

    CSU's big plays upend UC Davis

    Sacramento Bee (9/14/2014)

    Colorado State University scored three touchdowns of 45 yards or longer on the way to a 49-21 home-opening win over the Aggies in front of 21,202 fans at Hughes Stadium.

  • Sep 14

    Do you have tulip mania?

    Broomfield Enterprise (9/14/2014)

    Colorado State University Extension in the City and County of Broomfield provides unbiased, research-based information about 4-H youth development, family and consumer issues, gardening, horticulture and natural resources.

  • Sep 13

    Deadline looms: What to know about CSU's stadium

    Coloradoan (9/13/2014)

    With the decision looming in three weeks on whether or not CSU will move forward with its plans to build an on-campus stadium, here are five things you need to know about the stadium project and the controversy surrounding it...

  • Sep 13

    Strong Two-Spirit Leader Pruden Joins Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS

    Indian Country Today (9/13/2014)

    "I believe that the Native community is very well represented by Harlan Pruden's appointment to PACHA," said Dr. Pamela Jumper Thurman (Western Cherokee), Senior Research Scientist at the National Center for Community Readiness at Colorado State University. “Harlan brings compassion, strength of purpose, and deep commitment to this position. I call on the Native community to give him full support as he moves forward to promote effective prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS for Native people."

  • Sep 13

    Weld onion growers cultivate solutions for wet weather

    Greeley Tribune (9/13/2014)

    In particular, researchers are looking for varieties with strong resistance to the most common pests and diseases found in Colorado growing areas, explained Thaddeus Gourd, Colorado State University Extension Director for Adams County.

  • Sep 12

    Colorado State faculty, students perform Japanese Bon dance

    Collegian (9/12/2014)

    The dance at Colorado State University was not only for Japanese students, but for anybody interested in learning about Japanese culture and traditions.

  • Sep 12

    Colorado State University startup Fargreen wins 200,000 euro in international Green Challenge

    Bloomberg Business Week (9/12/2014)

    Fargreen, a startup founded as part of Colorado State University's Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program, took home EUR200,000 (more than $250,000 US) in the 2014 Postcode Lottery Green Challenge on Sept. 11.

  • Sep 12

    Colorado State University students volunteer to help older adults understand new technology

    Bloomberg Business Week (9/12/2014)

    Colorado State University students will volunteer at a technology workshop for older adults taking place in the Fort Collins Senior Center on Sept. 17 between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.

  • Sep 12

    CSU Rams know firsthand FCS-level opponents deserve their respect

    Denver Post (9/12/2014)

    "It doesn't scare us, but we definitely need to have our heads on straight and be ready to go," said Rams senior quarterback Garrett Grayson. "We know they're coming in for the upset, and we remember North Dakota State. Everybody knows (the Bison) now, but when they came here they beat up on us really good and that opened everybody's eyes that."

  • Sep 12

    Electric vehicle events planned in Fort Collins

    Coloradoan (9/12/2014)

    The public is invited to an "EV Education Ride and Drive" event held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, outside the Colorado State University Lory Student Center.

  • Sep 12

    Even for animals, nothing good comes for free

    Coloradoan (9/12/2014)

    Dr. Jennie Willis is an instructor of animal behavior at Colorado State University and consults with people and their pets to improve problem behaviors.

  • Sep 12

    Fourth annual Natural Gas Symposium moves to Denver from Colorado State University

    Bloomberg Business Week (9/12/2014)

    The 2014 Natural Gas Symposium, which is hosted by the Energy Institute at Colorado State University, will take place Sept. 24-25 at the Grand Hyatt in Denver - the first time the conference has been held outside of Fort Collins.

  • Sep 12

    Study targets mountain lions

    Chaffee County Times (9/12/2014)

    A Colorado State University research team is examining how illnesses are transmitted in mountain lion populations in an effort to manage future outbreaks of diseases, such as feline leukemia virus, that could threaten the species.

  • Sep 11

    Best shade and ornamental trees to plant in Boulder County

    Boulder Daily Camera (9/11/2014)

    Here is a Colorado State University list of trees poorly suited to the Front Range because of their invasiveness, tendency to split in windstorms or vulnerability to disease or pests.

  • Sep 11

    Colorado weather: Front Range chill means pick tomatoes; cool crops will be fine

    Denver Post (9/11/2014)

    Here's what to do tonight for what you grow, according to Colorado State University Extension...

  • Sep 11

    CSU delays AD search until stadium decision is reached

    Coloradoan (9/11/2014)

    The committee that was formed to help CSU hire a new athletic director has decided to delay the search until it knows whether or not the university will continue to pursue construction of an on-campus stadium, a school spokesman said.

  • Sep 11

    CSU football expecting crowd of 20,000 for first home game

    Coloradoan (9/11/2014)

    CSU football plays its home opener Saturday and the Rams are expecting a crowd of nearly 20,000 when they host UC-Davis at 1 p.m.

  • Sep 11

    How To Prevent Foot Rot In Cattle

    Beef Magazine (9/11/2014)

    Kathryn Bach, a Colorado State University livestock intern, says foot rot may occur more frequently after a period of rain. "Cattle may congregate under shade trees where they defecate or urinate and their feet are wet," she says.

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