It may seem like common sense that rich parents spend more money on their children than poor parents do. A new study co-authored by a Colorado State University faculty member shows that this financial gap is widening due to rising income inequality.
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As the national parks brace for throngs of summer visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of wildlife, Colorado State University faculty and students are improving the way parks keep people from getting too close to wild animals.
Sometimes a Spanish speaker who knows a little bit of English — or an English speaker who knows some Spanish — will get designated as a farm’s translator, but if they’re not fluent in both languages, misunderstandings can happen.
From the arts and entertainment desk at The Rocky Mountain Collegian to the highrise of the New York Times, Gabriel Dance credits his time at CSU to equipping him with the multimedia skills that launched his career.
Kate Browne, professor of anthropology at Colorado State University, tried something new this semester.
A trio of CSU faculty are arguing that to preserve the rich array of species around the world, corporations will need to engage and contribute financially as part of a global agreement.
The collaborative program allows CSU faculty and students to provide multiple levels of physical and emotional stimulation for local residents living with Parkinson’s disease.
At first glance, it seems like an unlikely pairing: How could economists conceivably help decipher what caused the public health crisis in Flint, Michigan, in 2014-15?
A Colorado State University center that gives students real-world experience in the publishing industry has received an infusion of funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in 2014-15 in Flint, Michigan, was likely caused by a change in the city’s drinking water supply, according to a study led by Colorado State University researchers.