A variety of events marked CSU's official 150th birthday on Feb. 11, 2020.
It helps to think about the two types of soil carbon like a checking account and a savings account.
Everyone on campus is invited to a birthday celebration in the lobby of the Foundry Dining Center at Corbett and Parmelee halls, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
CSU is building upon its global reputation as an innovative leader in sustainability by becoming the only institution in the world to earn three Platinum ratings from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
The College of Agricultural Sciences hosted “Come to the Table! Building an Equitable and Inclusive College Together” earlier this month at CSU’s Lory Student Center.
After a two-year lull, the campus will once again see the signs of progress, as streets and parking lots are closed, construction and renovation fences are erected.
These insects have value far beyond luring trout – they are indicators of water quality in streams and are a crucial piece of the larger food web. And they are in trouble.
Tickets for the Feb. 11 talk are free but required for admission and available from csutix.com