Faculty at Colorado State University wear many hats. They are teachers, mentors, leaders, researchers, advocates and activists. And some of them are leading by example in another important role, by investing in the future of Colorado State University as donors.
About 35 students from Fort Morgan High School visited CSU on April 6 in a growing partnership that a faculty member and his students in the Department of Ethnic Studies have formed with that community.
Over spring break, a group of Colorado State University students, Fort Collins community members, and two ethnic studies faculty members embarked on a nine-day service learning trip to Cuba.
Over winter break, a group of students, faculty and staff from Colorado State University embarked on a three week serve and learn trip to Ghana.
An ethnic studies faculty member and his students have been getting out of the classroom and into a community that has seen its share of struggles in recent years — but a greater number of victories.
Colorado State University students gathered at the Lory Student Center Plaza on November 16 to show support for the students at the University of Missouri who are taking a stance against racism.
Ethnic studies alumna Krista Martinez describes how a meaningful degree translated to an impactful career.