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College community news

Methane-mapping work recognized with Climate Leadership Award

National Grid accepted the award for its partnership with CSU, Environmental Defense Fund and Google Earth Outreach.

Matthew Shores named new chair of Department of Chemistry

Matthew Shores has been named the incoming chair of the chemistry department at CSU. He looks forward to continuing the tradition of growth and excellence established by current chair Chuck Henry.

Physicist Kate Ross wins 2018 Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize

CSU Assistant Professor of Physics Kate Ross has been awarded the Oxford Instruments 2018 Lee Osheroff Richardson (LOR) Science Prize from Oxford Instruments.

Congratulations to the fall 2017 College of Natural Sciences graduates

The College of Natural Sciences celebrated the graduation of 222 students earning their bachelor of science at the fall 2017 commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 16.

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