Story by Rachel Telljohn. Originally published by The Rocky Mountain Collegian Campus denounces Identity Evropa, organization says posters ‘not extremist’ After posters affiliated with Identity Evropa appeared on the Colorado State campus, many on campus quickly denounced it as white supremacist propaganda that targeted specific populations. The affiliated group claims they are not extremist. Assistant Professor […]
Jeni Cross spoke at the 2018 Urban Future Global Conference in Vienna during the “How to communicate ‘sustainability'” and “Sustainable districts: how to develop them and make them successful” sessions.
What we need are bridges. It is time we start building them – and walking across the political divide.
Environmental social science faces daunting theoretical and empirical challenges today, as the modern political ideas of liberalism that shaped its historical development encounter the growing influence of illiberal ideas and politics.
“We are always comparing ourselves to others,” she said. “If you’re living in 600 square feet of space and find that someone else is getting 1,100 or 1,200 feet of space for about the same amount of rent, that’s upsetting to people. Satisfaction comes down to a variety of aesthetic things, but human beings always do better when they have access to a view and nature.”
Stephanie Malin has studied the legacies of past uranium mining and milling in Western states for over a decade. Her book examines dilemmas faced by uranium communities caught between harmful legacies of previous mining booms and the potential promise of new economic development.
CSU Sociology chaired/moderated sessions and presented on topics including policing, criminal justice, victimization, gender equality, sentencing, and more.
The 2018 U.S. Nuclear Posture Review, ordered by President Donald Trump, details subtle yet important changes in the U.S. approach to nuclear weapons.
This paper examines the acute socioecological crisis in the Minqin region of China’s Gansu province beginning in the 1980s and the multilevel, governmental response to that crisis in the first two decades of the 21st century.
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.