The subterranean floor of Clark holds jaw-dropping collections of artifacts – along with actual jaws of bison and other fauna – within the CSU Archaeological Repository and other labs and research spaces of the Department of Anthropology and Geography.
There are more than 600 prison agricultural programs currently in the United States, but very little data looking at the how, what, and maybe most importantly, why of these programs. Colorado State University’s Prison Agriculture Lab is looking to change that. Co-directors Joshua Sbicca and Carrie Chennault talk about the lab’s recently published landmark dataset analyzing the different types of current prison agricultural programs, as well as the underlying drivers behind them.
In a 2021 monthly series, we share stories that reflect our curiosity, ability to adapt, engagement with the community, and research and creative expertise. This month, we are focusing on our adaptability and determination.