Come join us for our Study Abroad Fair and learn about all of our exciting international programs and scholarships for study abroad. There will be MSU Denver faculty-led program information in addition to several partnership programs that offer a wide variety of locations as well as internship and volunteer programs. Study Abroad Advisors will be there to answer your questions.
Two New Community Funding Partnership Projects Approved
Colorado River District- July 28, 2022
Unique “Accelerator Grant” designed to help West Slope water users leverage federal funding made available through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
On Wednesday, the Board of Directors heard from Amy Moyer, Director of Strategic Partnerships. Her report on the accomplishments of the Community Funding Partnership continues to be a bright spot in Board Meetings, providing examples of the actionable solutions being developed across the West Slope to address the realities of less water and higher temperatures.
Residents near St. Louis woke up Thursday to déjà vu as drenching thunderstorms left roads underwater less than two weeks after deadly flash flooding unfolded across the city. Over a month's worth of rain fell in less than 24 hours from late Wednesday through Thursday morning due to training thunderstorms, or storms that track over a short period of time, unloading a significant amount of rainfall.
Natural clean-up: Bacteria can remove plastic pollution from lakes
University of Cambridge - July 26, 2022
A study of 29 European lakes has found that some naturally-occurring lake bacteria grow faster and more efficiently on the remains of plastic bags than on natural matter like leaves and twigs. The bacteria break down the carbon compounds in plastic to use as food for their growth.