April 16, 2024 2024 Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium (MURALS) Winners Announced

Kelp lab’s Hannah Gilliard wins first place in the Social Sciences/Humanities category for her presentation, “Measuring and Improving Undergraduate STEM Students’ Inclusive Science Communication Skills”.

April 3, 2024 Communicating about vaccines: Impacts of uncertainty, misinformation, and relationships in health communication and decision-making

Nicole Kelp, CSU MIP assistant professor, gave a presentation at the UCDavis’ Center for Healthcare Policy and Research Seminar series regarding the impacts of misinformation about vaccines.

November 3, 2023 Why is there so much science misinformation?

MIP assistant professor, Nicole Kelp, describes her work surrounding science communication and how it can be used to combat the spread of misinformation.

August 9, 2023 CSU, partners land $8.75M for center on vector-borne diseases like West Nile virus

Nicole Kelp and CSU Faculty are working to create a new center devoted to preventing and controlling vector-borne diseases with $8.75 million cooperative agreement.

November 28, 2022 How to communicate scientific uncertainty

Author Nicole Kelp says, “Uncertainty is complicated for all humans to handle, myself included! It was helpful to consider science communication from this empathic perspective while writing this course.”

June 13, 2022 Raise Your Voice: Three pioneers in science communication tackle climate change, misinformation, and social media

A conversation with Colorado State University’s Ashley Anderson, Melissa Burt, and Nicole Kelp explores the value of diversity, humanity, relationships, trust and the next generation in science communication.

December 13, 2021 9News: CSU creating course to teach future scientists how to fight misinformation

A new course in development for 2023 will bring scientists, communicators, and the community together to counter the spread of scientific misinformation.

November 17, 2021 7 CSU pandemic resilience projects to receive more than $1.4M

A variety of high-impact projects to prevent and respond swiftly to future pandemics are moving forward at Colorado State University, using much of a $2 million gift received from The Anschutz Foundation earlier this year.

January 21, 2021 COVID-19 Speaker Series: Certainties and Uncertainties of COVID-19

CSU faculty, including MIP assistant professor Nicole Kelp, shared their research in a webinar on the certainties and uncertainties of COVID-19.