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SoGES Director Diana Wall Receives Top Honor from Ecological Society of America
Colorado State University Distinguished Professor Diana Wall was recognized March 1 by the Ecological Society of America, which announced that she will receive its highest honor, the 2017 Eminent Ecologist Award, at the society’s annual meeting in August.
Chemist Jamie Neilson Named Sloan Research Fellow and Cottrell Scholar
Colorado State University Assistant Professor Jamie Neilson is using chemistry to create new, innovative materials to change the way we harvest and use energy. He is also leading the charge to integrate this work into a new sustainability-focused educational program on campus.
Early Career Investigator Award Goes to Psychology Faculty Member Daniel Graham
The Society of Behavioral Medicine has announced that its 2017 Early Career Investigator Award will be given to Dan Graham, Colorado State University assistant professor of applied social and health psychology.
Did You Know? CSU Groundhog Expert Offers Fascinating Facts
In celebration of Groundhog Day, Feb. 2, Colorado State University Professor of Biology Greg Florant offers three fascinating facts about groundhogs – those hibernating, shadow-hating rodents.
Recreating Conditions Inside Stars with Compact Lasers
The energy density contained in the center of a star is higher than we can imagine – many billions of atmospheres, compared with the 1 atmosphere of pressure we live with here on Earth’s surface […]
CSU Wormherders in Action in Antarctica
A research team led by Diana Wall, director of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University, started off the new year at McMurdo Station, the largest Antarctic […]
International Neutrino Experiment Hands CSU the Remote
The Physics Building hallways were quiet the afternoon of Dec. 19 – but not for graduate student Paul Rojas. Holed up in a first-floor room with 12 flashing computer screens, Rojas spent most of that […]
This is your brain on (legal) cannabis: CSU researchers seek answers
For those suffering depression or anxiety, using cannabis for relief may not be the long-term answer. That’s according to new research from a team at Colorado State University seeking scientific clarity […]
Study: Attending the Symphony Reverses Cognitive Decline in People with Dementia
A program that delivers the gift of live classical music to people with dementia has been shown to have strikingly positive effects on mood, cognitive function […]