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Apply by March 11 for the Sustainability Leadership Fellows program

There are only two weeks until the deadline to apply for the Sustainability Leadership Fellows program as part of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at CSU. Apply by March 11 for the Sustainability Leadership Fellows programThe program prepares future innovators and thought leaders with state-of-the-art science communication and career development training
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NASA astronaut Dr. Yvonne Cagle to headline Women in Science symposium March 3

The fourth annual Women in Science symposium will feature one of NASA's trailblazers and focus on themes of inclusivity and progress. NASA astronaut Dr. Yvonne Cagle to headline Women in Science symposium March 3The event is free and open to the public, and will start at 11:45 a.m. with a poster session, international art exhibit, and works from the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame portrait gallery.
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CSU among nation’s top producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars

CSU is among the top producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars in the nation: 🌎Top 20 doctoral institutions for recipients in the nation, and the most in the state of Colorado 🌍Six researchers and scholars, with research ranging from sustainable agrifood to the study of leprosy 🌏Five countries across four continents for the 2019-20 academic year CSU among nation's top producers of Fulbright U.S. ScholarsThe Chronicle of Higher Education listed CSU
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Interactive NCAR exhibit in Scott Bioengineering through March 12

Climate change is real. Whose lives are most affected? A panel of atmospheric scientists will weigh in on March 3. Register to attend. The event is part of the #NCAR Explorer Series, accompanying an exhibit on the impacts of climate change. Interactive NCAR exhibit in Scott Bioengineering through March 12Colorado State University and NCAR are collaborating on a panel and interactive exhibit on climate change featuring top climate researchers.
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First CSU International Symposium set for Feb. 25-27

This week's event will highlight the ways CSU students, faculty and partners add global dimensions to their teaching and learning, research and scholarship and community engagement. First CSU International Symposium set for Feb. 25-27The International Symposium, highlighting global dimensions to CSU teaching, learning and research, will be held in the Lory Student Center.
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Animals large and small once covered North America’s prairies – and in some places, they could again

North America's great grasslands have largely been ignored by scientific research, with the biodiversity and wildlife trends of prairies lacking in statistics and information. However, as Joel Berger of CSU writes in The Conversation US, land conservation in the heartland could result in major changes and a bright future for wildlife in the plains. Animals large and small once covered North America's prairies – and in some places, they could
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Durrell to serve as voter service and polling center for 2020 presidential primary

CSU’s Durrell Center will serve as the polling center for the presidential primary election on March 3, with early voting beginning Feb. 24. Check out the link for more information on hours of operation and access to the Durrell Center. Durrell to serve as voter service and polling center for 2020 presidential primaryCSU's Durrell Center will serve as the polling center for both the presidential primary election on March 3
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Addressing society’s ‘wicked problems’ requires the liberal arts – College of Liberal Arts

The "wicked problems" of society pose tough questions that require crucial debate and thought. Thankfully, in the CSU College of Liberal Arts, students are working to address wicked problems in collaborative and productive ways. Addressing society’s ‘wicked problems’ requires the liberal arts - College of Liberal ArtsSome may assume that dealing with the “wicked problems” of our age, like climate change or world hunger, only requires technical solutions from hard