CSU Associate Professor of Geography Heidi Hausermann and colleagues have won a $1.537 million National Science Foundation grant to study the health, social and environmental effects of rapidly expanding, small-scale gold mining and mercury pollution in Ghana and beyond.
National Science Foundation has awarded Dr. Kate Browne, Principal Investigator and Dr. Caela O’Connell, Co-Principal Investigator, funding to host a workshop at Colorado State University in mid-October 2016. The workshop will convene 12 anthropologists and practitioners for 2.5 days to collaborate about the need to integrate cultural insights into the disaster recovery paradigm. From the […]
EAGER: A Biocultural Study of the Functional Genomics of Intensive Internet Use National Science Foundation BCE #: 1600448, awarded Nov. 16, 2015 PI: Jeffrey G. Snodgrass (Colorado State University) Co-PI: Francois Dengah (Utah State University) With Steve Cole (UCLA), Michael G. Lacy (CSU), Daniel Lende (USF) This project, directed by Dr. Jeffrey Snodgrass of […]