Economics major Lauren Bouman shares how she is living her passion and thanks College of Liberal Arts donors for their support.
“When we talk about science and the way it is related to politics, we are looking at the way in which human activities are interdependent with the wider world.”
Jason LaBelle’s research highlights the rich history of indigenous peoples and bison in northern Colorado.
Irene Vernon’s record of service to underrepresented groups has made an enduring mark on campus.
Like many American school children, I had heard many stories. Also like many American school children, I had never seen the wall.
Anthropology senior Jesse Bain had the opportunity to participate in the Rio Bravo Archaeological Survey in Belize.
School of Music, Theatre and Dance
Formed in 1901, CSU’s marching band is the longest-standing tradition, and has maintained it’s mission to represent the University, support our athletic teams, and entertain fans.
A program that gives CSU students real-world experience facilitating discussions on difficult issues recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.
“I love to bring people into the room who think they are so different from each other. Those are the starting points to work from to make the world a better place.”
CSU’s Public Lands History Center has received new support that will allow it to partner with the National Park Service on an expanded number of large, complex research projects.
Art and Art History
CSU art students created a South Sotho mural out of soil, manure and tempera paint.
Fresh-brewed coffee and helping adults with disabilities is not what Chelsi and Justin Wells thought they would be doing after graduation.
Dr. Bernard Rollin examines the ethics of euthanizing pets.
In 2016, CSU has hosted two Pulitzer Prize-winning poets, one national award winner for nonfiction, and an award winning English department alumnus.
LEAP Institute for the Arts
Sandy Ceas’ work revolves around global social issues, particularly focusing on the impact of religion on communities.
The English department enacts their passion through programs that extend beyond the boundaries of our classrooms, and even our campus.
Ethnic Studies | Sociology
Sociology and Ethnic Studies major Erica LeFehr discusses ups and downs of being a full-time student and a mom.
Alumnus Jim Vidakovich has garnered a reputation as one of the top media strategists in Hollywood.
Political Science | Sociology
A growing number of CSU faculty, staff and students have been joining a campus initiative focused on environmental justice.
Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts
A first generation scholar recalls the support she received while completing her undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts.
When Tyler Olson thinks about his degree in economics, he doesn’t think of the money he could make with it; instead, he thinks of how he can use it to better the world.
Journalism and Media Communication
The Department of Journalism and Media Communication inducted 10 outstanding professional communicators into the CSU Media Hall of Fame.
Trevor Abeyta reflects on the invaluable experience he has gained through the Political Science department’s graduate internship program.
Dean Ben Withers reflects on the impact of the liberal arts.