The Associated Press, NBC News, and NPR’s KUNC note the Prison Agriculture Lab’s research

The research of the Prison Agriculture Lab – co-directed by Associate Professor of Sociology Joshua Sbicca and Assistant Professor of Geography Carrie Chennault – has served as the basis for a recently published Associated Press two-year investigation and special report, “Prisoners in the US are part of a hidden workforce linked to hundreds of popular […]

Josh Sbicca’s Prison Agriculture Lab research featured by several media outlets

In January the Prison Agriculture Lab released a storymap, Growing Chains: Prison Agriculture and Racial Capitalism in the United States, to complement its satellite image gallery, and teaching modules. In February, co-founders Joshua Sbicca and Carrie Chennault (Geography) were interviewed for CSU’s podcast, The Audit: CSU’s Prison Agriculture Lab researches the roots, impact of the prison agriculture industry. Since then, Josh and Carrie […]

Joshua Sbicca interviewed by Civil Eats about agrihoods and “green gentrification”

Agrihoods Promise Fresh Food and Community. Can They Add Equity to the List? Agrihoods promise to save farmland by turning it into a residential amenity. Can this effort to bridge housing and farmland support environmental justice? Article by Greta Moran. Originally published by Civil Eats.  Please click here to read.

Food Sleuth Radio interviews Joshua Sbicca about prison agriculture

By Melinda Hemmelgarn. Originally appeared on Food Sleuth Radio. Did you know that over 600 U.S. prisons include agricultural activities of some kind? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Joshua Sbicca, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Prison Agriculture Lab at Colorado State University. […]

Jeffrey Nowacki interviewed by Colorado Public Radio about criminal justice system

Just a handful of Denver neighborhoods are home to a disproportionate number of imprisoned people Article by Allison Sherry and Veronica Penney. Originally published by Colorado Public Radio. Photo by Hart Van Denburg/CPR News. Denverites living in one of a few small neighborhoods — Elyria-Swansea, Globeville and Sun Valley — are much more likely to be incarcerated […]

Matt Greife helps young adult sue deputies for excessive force

Faculty member and alum Matt Greife is also an attorney in Denver. In February, he secured the largest K-9 unlawful use of force settlement in Colorado history. In March, he helped a young adult sue for excessive force and was interviewed by Denver media. Story by Rob Low. Originally published by KDVR.  Teen sues Adams County Sheriff’s […]

CSU’s Center for Healthy Aging features Jeni Cross in Living Healthy Longer podcast

Jeni Cross talked about the science of team science during her podcast for the Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging at CSU. She presented her work around why humans work better in teams and how research benefits from a transdisciplinary approach. She discussed how teams of people foster innovation, how they communicate effectively with […]

KuoRay Mao featured by CSU SOURCE in CLA’s wicked problems series

Article by Jeff Dodge. Originally published on SOURCE. The walls between us: Building and rebuilding trust Liberal arts faculty examine role of U.S. in the world What is the appropriate role of the U.S. on the world stage? It’s a question that has been hotly debated by politicians and scholars alike for decades. The transition […]

Stephanie Malin interviewed by WELL+GOOD about water quality

Story by Seraphina Seow. Originally published by WELL+GOOD Why Access to Safe, Clean Water Is a Wellness Issue Photo: Getty Images / MStudioImages When Malini Ranganathan, PhD, an associate professor at American University and interim faculty director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center, conducted research in Exeter, a flourishing agriculture town in California’s Central Valley, […]