The event offered dialogue with authors, academics, and citizens about water privatization, water as a human right and access to safe water for everyone.
Josh Sbicca was interviewed on KCSU’s Rocky Mountain Review program about bias-related incidents on campus and about the increase in hate speech and hate crimes across the United States. The Rocky Mountain Review is a bi-weekly student-run news program.
Story by Lauen Klamm. Originally published on SOURCE. University invests $1 million in interdisciplinary research teams Five interdisciplinary teams of researchers from across the colleges of Colorado State University will be collaborating on some of the world’s most pressing global problems as part of the Catalyst for Innovative Partnerships initiative. The Office of the Vice […]
Kellie Alexander attended the Novak Institute for Hazing Prevention that was held in Atlanta in June 2017. This institute was a four-day interactive experience that taught diverse participants a strategic, comprehensive, and interdisciplinary approach focusing on hazing prevention as opposed to reacting to incidents after they occur. Based on this experience, Alexander was asked to […]
Raynolds co-led “Dirty Products – Responsible Consumption: How Digitalization Changes the Role of the Consumer” at the European Forum Alpbach in Austria.
Evidence suggests that growing inequality implies that those at the top buy the best homes while others struggle to keep pace amid rising housing costs.
In celebration of World Food Day, the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Cooperation), University of Toronto and the Toronto Food Policy Council flew Dr. Michael Carolan to Toronto for a lecture and Q&A session. CBC produced a one hour special dedicated to Dr. Carolan’s work and his latest book, No One Eats Alone: Food as a Social […]
Weeks was one of the only presenters to take a critical approach to market liberalization or to provide a critique of current development paradigms.
Now that local food has gone more mainstream, there’s criticism that it doesn’t go far enough in using food to achieve social goals.
This study seeks to understand how personal and academic networks influence the retention gap between first generation and continuing generation students.