Awards & Recognition
Research & Artistry In the News
- CSU is a big “shock absorber” to economic jolts – Stephan Weiler and Tim Komerak, Economics
- Economic wins and losses from the reintroduction of wolves in Colorado – Stephan Weiler, Economics
- Rural America, inflation, and the cost of living – Stephan Weiler, Economics
- Defending democracy under duress – Benjamin Withers, Dean
- Safe, secure food for everyone – Michael Carolan, Sociology
- Talking across the political aisle to reduce hostility – Dominik Stecula, Political Science
- ‘The Diplomat’ negotiates expectations – and myths – about gender, power and politics – Karrin Vasby Anderson, Communication Studies
Thematic Year of Health
CLA participated in the university’s thematic year of health by producing several paired interviews between faculty. Hear an artist and English professor discuss word and image, a philosopher and a musician discuss discipline and performance and well being, and two historians discuss the ways European communities dealt with illness in 14th-17th centuries.
The Clark Revitalization Project is quietly underway, with Facilities, the design-build firm, Haseleden Hord Coplan Macht, and a College committee working to assess space needs, identify relocation options, and plan remediation. By the end of June, all units within the Clark A basement will be relocated and during the Fall 2023 semester, remediation will occur. In January 2024, all of Clark A will be offline as construction gets underway. See the timeline and more information about Clark on the CLA website.
The upcoming revitalization plans for the Clark Building will include a home for the College of Liberal Arts’ new Center for Engaged Humanities, thanks to funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Read more about the $500k Challenge Grant.
Featured on CSU's podcast: The Audit
Colorado State University’s podcast, The Audit, features conversations with CSU faculty on everything from research to current events. Just as auditing a class provides an opportunity to explore a new subject or field, The Audit allows listeners to explore the latest works from the experts at CSU.
- The bumpy past and future of Colorado ski industry – Michael Childers, History
- The Prison Agriculture Lab – Josh Sbicca, Carrie Chenault, Sociology and Geography
- Environmental disasters and eco grief – Stephanie Malin, Sociology