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Natural gas symposium slated for Colorado State University

For those in the energy and environmental business, Colorado State University will host the third annual Natural Gas Symposium from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 15 and 16, at the Hilton Fort Collins, 425 W. Prospect Road in Fort Collins. Though the event is free and open to the public, space is limited… Continue Reading Natural gas symposium slated for Colorado State University

CSU professors to study drilling emissions

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Colorado State University professors are getting ready to add to the debate about oil and gas exploration. Researchers are going to propose a non-partisan, scientific study to examine air emissions from natural gas exploration in Garfield County. The commissioners will hear about the planned three year study, which will provide a high-quality, peer reviewed assessment… Continue Reading CSU professors to study drilling emissions

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Business Journal names 2012 Rising Stars

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The Colorado Springs Business Journal is  proud to announce the 2012 Rising Stars. Each year the Business Journal honors 40 young professionals under the age of 40 who have excelled in their professions and volunteered in our community. A Rising Stars award reception hosted by the Business Journal and sponsored by Security Service Federal Credit… Continue Reading Business Journal names 2012 Rising Stars

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Two Colorado State University professors are using a Colorado developed technology to uncover ancient secrets in Mexico. Christopher Fisher and Stephen Leisz used Light Detection and Radar technology to document thousands of architectural features from an ancient city in western Mexico that will provide insights into the formation of the pre-Hispanic Purepecha empire, andhelp unravel… Continue Reading Colorado State professors use Colo. company for ancient city research

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CSU breaks research funding records

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Colorado State University grew its annual research spending nearly 10 percent his year, the fourth year that expenditures topped $300 million. The university has spent $2330.8 million during the current fiscal year, a record high for CSU, one of the top research universities in the nation. Research spending at CSU has increased 24 percent, even… Continue Reading CSU breaks research funding records

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A 2-year-old state law may open the door to the state’s newest winery along with new opportunities for Colorado-born winemakers. A proposed agreement between Colorado State University and Grande River Winery will establish a CSU winery at Grande River, taking advantage of a 2008 Colorado law that allows multiple wineries to share winemaking facilities. “I… Continue Reading CSU to establish its own winery for students

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Ritter to head CSU’s New Energy Economy

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Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter will become director of Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy on Feb. 1. His term as governor ends Jan. 11. The center  will be completely funded by private support, for the short-term by Fort Collins-based Bohemian Foundation and the San Francisco-based Energy Foundation. Ritter will work closely with CSU’s rural economic development… Continue Reading Ritter to head CSU’s New Energy Economy

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CSU launches executive sustainability program

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Colorado State University is offering a new program aimed at making companies more valuable through sustainable business practices. The new program, called SEE (Sustainability Executive Education), is being offered through CSU’s College of Business and the Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Enterprise. “Business education at Colorado State University is entering a new era today… Continue Reading CSU launches executive sustainability program

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CSU hikes tuition 9 percent

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Colorado State University will increase undergraduate in-state tuition by 9 percent next year at its Fort Collins and Pueblo campuses. In-state graduate tuition will rise 15 percent at the Fort Collins campus and 9 percent at CSU-Pueblo. The CSU System Board of Governors approved the tuition hikes yesterday. The decision was made based on likely… Continue Reading CSU hikes tuition 9 percent

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Guns will continue to be legal on the Colorado State University System’s two campuses. The CSU Board of Governors voted Wednesday to rescind a campus gun ban, citing a Colorado Court of Appeals ruling last month that overturned a similar ban at the University of Colorado. The appeals court sided with Students for Concealed Carry… Continue Reading CSU rescinds gun ban

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