Sandy Ceas’ work revolves around global social issues, particularly focusing on the impact of religion on communities.
“The LEAP program covers a side to the art world that I wouldn’t have gotten exposure to otherwise.”
“I would call myself an independent artist-entrepreneur, which is what I think you have to be now if you want to work in the creative industry.”
CSU’s online Master of Arts Leadership and Administration has received top honors from the “Oscars” of leadership.
A soon-to-be graduate of the LEAP master’s program, Christine Pelletier has already landed a position with the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra.
Over the summer three CSU faculty members took a group of students to South Africa to help preserve the art, history and customs of an indigenous community.
As the mastermind behind “Remove the Masks,” Kayla Wong has a life mission to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention.