The transition from military service member to college student civilian has many challenges. But more than 80 military veteran students in the Warner College of Natural Resources are overcoming those challenges to pursue their passion for natural resources.
Colorado State University is internationally known for its green initiatives and clean-energy research including alternative fuels, clean engines, photovoltaics, "smart" grid technology, water resources, and satellite-based atmospheric monitoring and tracking systems. It's also well known for its sustainability efforts on campus and abroad.
Events on campus
Extreme Colorado wildfires over the past two years burned in unprecedented ways in urbanized wildlands causing devastating loss of life and property. The Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship is launching a new center that will provide science-based answers to critical questions raised by these historic wildfires.
Colorado State launches the Energy Institute, a cross-campus, interdisciplinary effort that will serve as a nucleus of research, education, and outreach for the faculty, staff, and students. The extensive network of researchers, research programs, and centers, spans all eight colleges at CSU, and extends off campus to a global network of public and private partners.