SoGES research addresses ‘saving bees,’ human migration and missing costs of climate change

Redirecting misplaced enthusiasm to “save the honeybees,” understanding migration during humanitarian crises such as in Gaza, and accounting for the missing costs of climate change are the topics which won funding from CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability. 

CSU History Grad Emmie Miller talks about her doctoral research

In this interview with Prof. Deborah Yalen, Emmie Miller (B.A./B.S., 2012)  talks about her fascinating research, her career plans, and how CSU helped her to pursue her dual passions for history and science. She is a PhD candidate in the Program for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine at the University of Minnesota.   What is […]