Anthropology and Geography

The ‘welcoming back of a nation’

Jason LaBelle’s research highlights the rich history of indigenous peoples and bison in northern Colorado.

Student receives archaeological training in Belize

Anthropology senior Jesse Bain had the opportunity to participate in the Rio Bravo Archaeological Survey in Belize.

Liberal Arts shines at Graduate Student Showcase

The Graduate Showcase celebrates research, creativity and entrepreneurship and provides an arena for interdisciplinary collaboration.

Outstanding Graduates

College of Liberal Arts faculty and staff highlight outstanding students graduating in Fall 2016.

Spring 2016

Critical Language Scholarship takes three students abroad

Three students are off to Jordan, Tanzania, and Russia this summer thanks to a competitive language scholarship.

CSU and government of Rwanda are partners in smart, sustainable development

Dr. Galvin traveled to Africa to discuss Smart Village Minigrid project with Rwandan government officials.

National Science Foundation lecture presented by Kate Browne

Anthropology’s Katherine Browne delivered a talk as part of the National Science Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series.