Study finds that singing, being male, and being an adult tend to produce more respiratory aerosols

CSU is very pleased to announce the publishing of the first peer-reviewed scientific paper based on the analysis of the data collected in the CSU study: Reducing Bioaerosol Emission and Exposures in the Performing Arts: A Scientific Roadmap for a Safe Return from COVID-19. The paper is available at Environmental Science and Technology Letters via open access. Dr. Volckens […]

CSU Paleontology Field School Rides Again in Summer 2021 

Out, Standing in the FieldCSU Paleontology Field School Rides Again in Summer 2021  Joshua Zaffos  Colorado State University Anthropology student Natalie Freeman is doubled over, staring at the sun-scorched ground of the Wyoming badlands. A few yards away, Isabelle Dones, another CSU Anthropology major, scrapes her knees as she crawls along the rocky terrain. The nearly 100-degree midday July […]

Henry Wins Top Southeastern Archaeology Award 

Henry Wins Top Southeastern Archaeology Award  Joshua Zaffos  Colorado State University Assistant Professor of Archaeology Edward Henry has won the 2021 C.B. Moore Award from the Southeastern Archeological Conference. Henry received the award at the professional organization’s annual meeting in Durham, North Carolina this October.  The C.B. Moore Award annually recognizes a preeminent young scholar in the field of Southeastern United States archaeology. Recipients are determined by a committee of past award winners and other conference executive-committee members, including global leaders […]

Congratulations to Falan Francis, this year’s First Generation Spotlight Award Winner!

Falan Francis is a third-year art major with Fibers and Pottery concentrations, as well as a minor in American Sign Language. She is from a small town in central Pennsylvania and came to Colorado State University in hopes of experiencing a new environment and gaining new perspectives as a first-generation college student. Falan plans on […]

Odette England brings Australian bushfire out of the ashes and into Hatton Gallery with ‘Degrees’

The Hatton Gallery – partnership with the Center for Fine Art Photography – presents Degrees. The exhibition features large-scale photographs in various forms, made by Odette England during and in the aftermath of the Australian bushfires of 2019-2020. Read the entire article on CLA Source >>

CSU faculty receive $450,000 Carnegie grant to track how U.S. international policy impacts local communities

Starting January 2022, a CSU research team will lead a project that will produce a map of the distributive implications of U.S. foreign policy – a map that will allow communities to better understand their relationship to America’s role in the world.

Ready Primate One: Role-playing video game levels up biological anthropology

Ready Primate One Joshua Zaffos Video gaming may be a diversion from research and coursework for some, but Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Alex Pelissero is another species, so to speak. Pelissero recently published a video-game review in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, offering his well-qualified commentary on Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey. Ancestors is a third-person […]

Guatemala climate scientists look to tree rings for answers at CSU 

Guatemala climate scientists look to tree rings for answers at CSU  Joshua Zaffos  This October, four researchers and technical scientists from INSIVUMEH Guatemala, the country’s meteorological service, spent a week in the Colorado State University Biogeography Lab counting the rings from cored samples of Caribbean pine trees through the lenses of stereo microscopes. The weeklong […]

Best and Brightest Management Fellow: Emily Myler

The Master of Public Policy and Administration has partnered with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs to offer the Best and Brightest Management Fellowship to MPPA students. The Best and Brightest Fellowship Program partners with counties, municipalities and universities across the state to meet the needs of communities, engage future leaders, and connect students to […]

Ethnic Studies classes uncover Indigenous history through Blanket Exercise rendition

Ethnic Studies classes uncover Indigenous history through Blanket Exercise rendition Joshua Zaffos  In a large room inside the Lory Student Center, Colorado State University students each hold a colored index card and stand on an array of blankets placed on the floor. The blankets represent Turtle Island,  the Indigenous conception of North America as it once was.    During the following joint class between Native American Cultural Experience (ETST 240), […]