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University Press of Colorado
  • First dean, The: Don Dobler, Dean 1966-1986: excerpt 

    Author(s):Dobler, Don; Everitt, Bob; Unidentified speaker
    Date Issued:undated
    Format:born digital; motion pictures (visual works); digital moving image formats
    Excerpt from: First Dean, The: Don Dobler, Dean 1966-1986 recording.
  • First dean, The: Don Dobler, Dean 1966-1986 

    Author(s):Dobler, Don; Everitt, Bob; Unidentified speaker
    Date Issued:undated
    Format:born digital; motion pictures (visual works); digital moving image formats
    Don Dobler discusses being the first dean of the newly designated College of Business and the forming of its academic program. Includes comments from Bob Everitt.
  • Graduate Student Showcase, 2020: celebrating research and creativity: abstracts 

    Author(s):Colorado State University. Graduate School
    Date Issued:2020
    Format:summaries
    Abstracts of the 2020 Graduate Student Showcase, held virtually on November 16-18, 2020 from Colorado State University.
  • Exploring economic empowerment and marginalization using data from developing countries 

    Author(s):Bernasek, Alexandra; Bhattarai, Niroj; Brundage, Brenden; Miller, Ray; Mudenda, Lackson; Nguyen, Anh; Nugroho, Wisnu; Pena, Anita Alves; Sedai, Ashish; Shakya, Prasiddha; Thongngam, Arisa
    Date Issued:2021-10
    Format:born digital; reports
    The Poverty Action Center is engaged in several ongoing data analyses to answer questions at the forefront of applied economics globally. Our Nepal team is examining links between migration and social mobility through the ...
  • Dawn of industrial agriculture in Iowa, The: anthropology, literature, and history 

    Author(s):Durrenberger, E. Paul
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Recounts the capitalist transformation of Iowa's family farms into today's agricultural industry through the lives and writings of Iowa novelist Paul Corey and poet Ruth Lechlitner. This anthropological biography analyzes ...

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