Faculty & Staff

Scavenging for clues of our past

For a few months out of the year, a camp in Olduvai Gorge in northern Tanzania is home to assistant professor of anthropology Michael Pante, his students, and other Olduvai Geochronology and Archaeology Project researchers.

Speak. Disrupt. Empower.

Political science professor Courtenay Daum researches how the right to free speech enables the modern protest movements of marginalized groups.

Family, Culture, and French Immersion in Cajun Country

A new documentary film, Theo’s Choice/Le Choix de Theo, takes viewers into French immersion classrooms of southwest Louisiana and explores the complex history of French in the Cajun, Creole, and native cultures.

Why We Need Ethnic Studies (Now More than Ever)

Ethnic studies is the history of us. Of how we have become this great nation (with warts and all), of the obstacles we have overcome to get to this point, and of the challenges that—as a nation—we still face.

1st MIX: The responsibility of dialogue

On March 29, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art presented the first event of its kind at CSU – MIX: Multicultural, Intersectional, Inclusivity, Exchange

Attention Was Paid: Retiring CSU theatre professor receives the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion

Laura Jones’ four decades of work in theatre in higher education didn’t go unnoticed, earning her one of the most prestigious honors in theatre education.

Imagining the Possible: the power of public rhetoric to inspire social change

Rhetorical studies is the study of argument and persuasion, but assistant professor of English David Cloud also sees rhetoric as the art of “imagining the possible.”