Department of
Economics

Student Spotlight: Tyler Olson

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.

Liberal Arts shines at Graduate Student Showcase

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

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.

When disaster strikes, a resilient community stands firm

Faculty in Sociology and Economics are participating in a public webinar to review the Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning’s first-year findings.

Liberal Arts students completing semester abroad on Gilman Scholarship

Two students in the College of Liberal Arts have been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, which aims to diversify students’ international experiences.

Alumnus breaks Guinness World Record — handily

Colorado State University alumnus Juan Diaz de Leon and friend Matt Holmes recently reached for a Guinness World Record for the world’s longest handshake — all to bring exposure to Colorado entrepreneurs.

Winter 2015

CSU student’s wheelchair invention inspired by personal experience

John Morris is an economics alumnus from Fort Collins who has invented a new suspension system for wheelchairs — because he uses one.