Whether it's how our students and faculty engage with the community, the research they conduct, or how alumni are impacting their communities, the people in the College of Liberal Arts are at the forefront of a 21st century education.Scroll down to see this issue's featured stories
The College of Liberal Arts launches new initiatives REDI and Digital Liberal Arts Hub, and congratulates faculty and staff award winners.
For Assistant Chief Kevin Cronin, sociology changed his worldview and helped him consider a variety of perspectives that he uses in his work as a police officer.
The International Studies Club, GAIA (Global Awareness and International Affairs), brings cultural awareness to CSU by welcoming and engaging with the international community on campus and in Fort Collins.
Students in Ram Productions, part of the music, stage and sports production minor, get hands-on experience with the skills and equipment they’ll use in the world of professional video production and broadcasting.
In 2016 the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art took possession of the Pourbous painting of French King Louis XIII as a young boy. The 17th century portrait was removed, conserved, and returned to the gallery where it is now on display.
The Middle School Outreach Ensembles (MSOE) program is an internationally recognized, community-based music outreach program sponsored by CSU that provides music instruction to local middle school students.
A foreign language matches any major. Junior Raeann Magill, soil and crop sciences major with a minor in Spanish, traveled to Uruguay for study abroad.
Poppie Gullet, master’s student in the public history program, writes about her experience doing field work in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica.
In applied ethics we teach our students how to think creatively and rigorously about our world—how it is, how it might be, and how it ought to be. Because the absence of clear, careful thinking so often leads to confusion, error, and calamity.
Dr. Alexandra Bernasek traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam in November of 2016 to teach Econ 202 at Foreign Trade University.