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Professor discusses polar regions, solutions to the environmental crisis

There’s no such thing as a quick fix for multi-layered issues such as climate change — he said one of the main reasons he wrote the book was to simply begin a conversation.

Humans of CSU profiles Ann Little

Intellectual off-roading with a punk rock heart.

Remembering Jennifer Fish Kashay

Paying tribute to Department of History associate professor Jennifer Fish Kashay.

Winter 2015

Public Lands History Center effort preserves oral history of 2013 flooding

A CSU team collaborated to capture first-hand accounts of the 2013 Front Range flood.

CSU professor featured on ‘Who do you think you are?’

CSU History professor Ann Little got a trip to Quebec and a chance to show off her French-Canadian knowledge on an episode of “Who Do You Think You Are?”

Digital History students re-creating 1905 Denver in Minecraft

Playing video games is probably not most people’s first thought when the topic of a class project is brought up, but Dr. Robert Jordan is using it to tangibly connect his students to history.

2015 Best Teacher Awards

Faculty in Economics and History were selected as recipients of the 2015 Best Teacher Award.