A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
Feb 14, 2008 Volume 38 / Number 4


Debasis Das and Max Kee, among the founders of The Cause, hold two of the groupís chickens. Photo by Stephanie Tombrinck.

Students Plant Seeds of Change
Sustainability is on the minds of many at CSU, Chico. However, to one group of students, sustainability is more than an idea; it is an intricate part of their lives.
Photo of campus

Outstanding Professor and Teacher Awards 2007–2008
Outstanding Professor Gordon Wolfe studies microbes, and Outstanding Teacher Antoinette Martinez champions student research.

Professor Eric Bartelink and graduate student Melanie Beasley (shown here in the archeology lab) are using the new stable isotope preparation lab to analyze these bones from a historic cemetery in Nevada.  Photo by Anna Harris.

Down to Bare Bones
When Melanie Beasley came to CSU, Chico in 2004 to pursue her masterís degree, she was excited about what our nationally recognized forensic anthropology program could offer her.
Photo of giant tortoise in the Galapagos

Northern California Natural History Museum Book Discussion Series
The NCNHM will offer a four-week discussion series on "The Reluctant Mr. Darwin: An Intimate Portrait of Charles Darwin and the Making of His Theory of Evolution" in preparation for the March 11 visit by author David Quammen.




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