SoGES research addresses ‘saving bees,’ human migration and missing costs of climate change

Redirecting misplaced enthusiasm to “save the honeybees,” understanding migration during humanitarian crises such as in Gaza, and accounting for the missing costs of climate change are the topics which won funding from CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability. 

Jessie Luna named CSU Provost Teaching Scholar

Dr. Jessie Luna received this year’s Faculty Excellence Teaching Scholar Award from CSU’s Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President. This award recognizes especially notable teaching and learning impact by an early-career professor represented by innovative teaching, course design, curriculum, or other accomplishment that enhances student success. Luna was honored during the Celebrate! Colorado State […]

Jeni Cross works with Community Foundation of Northern Colorado on “Pursuing Regional Well-Being” report

Dr. Jeni Cross is part of the CSU team that worked with the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado to produce the 2024 Northern Colorado Intersections: Pursuing Regional Well-Being report that advances the field of creating regenerative, sustainable systems. “This report is the culmination of more than a year of work, including numerous community stakeholder meetings […]

Probation Journal publishes research by Taylor Ellis, M.A. (’21)

Taylor Ellis, M.A. (’21) has published “Gender rules in the community corrections context: Examining how case managers navigate trans client supervision in a binary setting” in Probation Journal based on research she conducted for her thesis. Taylor is currently a Data Analyst for the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office. Abstract This article explores one US residential […]