Tag: Warner College of Natural Resources
Research & Scholarship
Not your grandfather’s mapmaking
At its core, the Centroid uses geographic information systems, open-source programming languages, and other geospatial technologies to visualize and analyze data.
Every Picture Tells a Story
Natural space for learning
CSU students have been learning about the natural world at the Mountain Campus, 9,000 feet above sea level, for over a century.
CSU researcher part of Indigenous climate resilience science hub
The collaborative pairs Indigenous knowledge and earth science research to improve climate resilience in coastal communities most affected by severe climate hazards.
Students feature conservation and equity in short documentary
Four Colorado State University students worked with professional filmmakers last spring to create a documentary about conservation and inspiring figures working toward equitable outdoor access for everyone in Colorado.
Welcome to the 50 Year Club
The newest members of the 50 Year Club will be honored at a luncheon on Oct. 14 during Homecoming and Family Weekend.
Distinguished Alumni 2022
The Alumni Association honors those who have made significant contributions to their professions, communities, and the University.
CSU experts research living with climate change
Experts from several fields study how to live with the new reality of climate change as part of the CSU Climate Adaptation Partnership.
What started as a pandemic challenge is now a published novel, "The Ascendants," a young-adult dystopian science-fiction adventure.
Best Teachers 2022
Each year, students, faculty, and alumni nominate teachers who’ve inspired them and made an impact in their lives for the Best Teacher Awards.