Allison Martz combined liberal arts with engineering, creating a unique career path which ultimately led to the world of brewing.
Picking everything up and leaving to work in a new country is no more than a dream for some, but others have been able to make it a reality by landing a job abroad after graduating with language skills.
Two students in the College of Liberal Arts have been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, which aims to diversify students’ international experiences.
Colorado State University’s Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures is being revitalized with a new name, new faces and new projects.
The Celts and Iberos of indigenous Spain may have known about wine, but they grew wheat and barley, and they made beer. Beer and wine form a counterpoint. Wine belongs to the conqueror. Beer, so we are told, pertains to a lower class.
Languages, Literatures and Cultures has added two new cutting-edge faculty members, specializing in translation studies and Mexican cultural studies.
Colorado State University students now have yet another option for studying abroad, and it involves participating in one of the most famous pilgrimages in the world.