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Irrigation, Recreation, and Conservation: Water’s importance in life

Zak Danielson has always loved water: growing up on a farm, fishing in the Laramie River, or working with water at a brewery and in gardening. As a student at CSU, he has used an interdisciplinary approach to study sustainability so that he can continue his work with water conservation efforts.

Sharing the Lessons Learned during the 2013 Colorado Flood

Sharing the Lessons Learned during the 2013 Colorado Flood by Nicole Archambeau History | Research […]

Water takes center stage in CSU Theatre’s latest production

Big Love by Charles Mee has been called a big, beautiful, fantastic mess. Just like love, or perhaps like water. In addition to the actors, water also plays a major role in the on-stage dynamic. And the key to success is collaboration between the multiple theatrical shops. From the set designer to the technical director, the master electrician to the projection designer, and even the costume shop manager, all members of CSU’s Theatre worked together to make the production a success (and not a mess!)

Unusual Spanish connection brings together the humanities and sciences

A mutual friend, a beer, and a river — all in Spain, 5,000 miles from Colorado — have brought together two CSU faculty members from very different fields, as well as a couple of their students. Jonathan Carlyon, who teaches Spanish language, literature, and culture, and Steve Fassnacht, who teaches watershed science, have come together to provide a comprehensive look at the history and environment of the Camino de Santiago in Spain.

Spring 2018

Lost in translation: CSU launches certificate in Spanish for animal health and care

Sometimes a Spanish speaker who knows a little bit of English — or an English speaker who knows some Spanish — will get designated as a farm’s translator, but if they’re not fluent in both languages, misunderstandings can happen.

The Dynamics of Development: How School Attendance Differs by Gender

A thoughtfully asked question from an Economics 101 student, – “How can we fix global poverty” – set Niroj Bhattarai on a journey that would be surprising and illuminating about what affects school attendance, while also serving as the dissertation research for his Ph.D.

Collaboration, Contemporary Discourse, and A Golf Course

Art galleries are not usually the place people go to play mini-golf. That is, unless the gallery in question is the Hatton Gallery in the Visual Arts building. The interactive show, called “Mulligan,” was put together by CSU art department students and the experimental design studio Zero-Craft Corp.