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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Dr. Corinne Moss-Racusin, assistant professor in Psychology at Skidmore College, speaks about her research into gender bias within the field of science, technology, engineering and math. She presented the reasons everyone should care about bias in STEM including the shortage of skilled workers in the field, how important the jobs are, and how the problem isn’t fixing itself. She also spoke on how women are more likely to become involved in STEM if bias is removed, how diverse groups are more successful and the importance of gender quality. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

Speaker Corinne Moss-Racusin invited to discuss gender bias in academia

Emily Girschick May 1, 2019

The graduate program of ecology at Colorado State University is working to start a conversation acknowledging gender bias in academia by inviting researchers in the field to speak on the issue. The program...

The remains of destroyed structures continue to littler the beach side of US Hwy 98 in Mexico Beach, five months after Hurricane Michael made landfall in the small coastal community.

CSU researchers predict less active 2019 hurricane season

Emily Girschick April 28, 2019

While it may not affect those in Colorado, Colorado State University researchers are actively looking into the coming hurricane season. In their annual hurricane forecast, CSU researchers have predicted...

Partners Mentoring Youth Resource Development Director Vanessa Lewis sits in her office in Fort Collins on April 12. “It’s been super interesting to really get fresh eyes on a lot of our marketing, said Lewis. We have a variety of connections to CSU but it’s such a big institution, figuring out other channels to reach out to students and let them know about our volunteer opportunities is really great.”
(Anna von Pechmann | Collegian)

CSU business seminar running ad campaign for non-profit

Emily Girschick April 28, 2019

A group of Colorado State University students is currently working with a non-profit to help them sign up volunteers and gain advertising experience.  A new, experiential CSU business seminar is running...

Colorado State University has recieved a grant from the National endowment for the humanities to add to the Colorado Encyclopedia. The Colorado Encylcopedia is a compilation of information regarding all things Colorado. The project is being Dawn Paschal from the CSU Libraries system. (Josh Schroeder | Collegian)

CSU awarded $350,000 grant for Colorado Encyclopedia

Emily Girschick April 10, 2019

Colorado State University was awarded $350,000 by the National Endowment for the Humanities to further develop the Colorado Encyclopedia, an online resource concerning all things Colorado. The grant...

A goose watches over the CSU Lagoon. It has long been thought by students and conspiracy theorists that the University is controlled by geese. (Forrest Gump | YeeHaw Junction)

Democratic geese secretly running University

Dorina Vida and Emily Girschick March 31, 2019

It has long been theorized by students and residents of Fort Collins that Front Range geese are more than the average bird. Now, recent discoveries by Yeehaw Junction have uncovered a startling discovery:...

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