Prabha Unnithan, CSU criminology professor, travels to India to lecture and broadcast on university’s education channel to help increase offerings to the general public.
This book examines how water crises threaten the assumptions and accepted management practices of water users, managers and policymakers.
Students in Jeni Cross’s Applied Social Change course partnered with the Environmental Defense Fund on a real-world project to protect Monarch habitats.
Students in Josh Sbicca’s SOC474 Social Movements course create protest art around gentrification, homelessness, spatial inequality, and xenophobia.
The cranberry industry is working to boost demand for cranberry products at home and expand new export markets in Asia and Latin America.
Jeni Cross presented “Behavior Change Toolkits: A Systems Thinking Framework for Conservation” during the “Design for Change” session.
The Tail From Your Thanksgiving Turkey Is A Delicacy Somewhere Else In The World Story by Rachel Estabrook. Originally published on Colorado Public Radio. LISTEN to audio: Michael Carolan Speaks With Ryan Warner This Thursday, while most American families jockey over white and dark meat on the Thanksgiving turkey, some others will fight for a piece […]
Love is a Ph.D. student and her showcase project was “Mentoring on Interdisciplinary Research Teams” with advisor Jeni Cross.
Kaydan is a Ph.D. student, and her entry was “Global Governance: The Role of Government and Fair Trade Initiatives in Cotton Textile Industry in India.”
The event offered dialogue with authors, academics, and citizens about water privatization, water as a human right and access to safe water for everyone.