The College of Liberal Arts is the heart of the University, pioneering new ways of learning and new approaches to issues and challenges that Colorado and our nation face.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival curates the best of the most recently made human rights cinema not available in wide release, while honoring the most relevant and compelling stories from around the world.
For CSU’s Ethnographic Research and Teaching Laboratory (ERTL), online gaming has become a new field in which to conduct anthropological fieldwork by using an Internet-based reality.
The Department of Ethnic Studies is continuing is collaborative legacy by launching a host of new initiatives to further emphasize diversity, multiculturalism, and women’s studies across the university.
Whether in the classrooms of the political science department or the halls of the State Capitol, Dr. John Straayer’s passion for public service and shared governance has shaped multiple-generations of civic leaders.
Shaesby (’97) and Catherine (’98) Scott make a lasting impact with a scholarship endowment and the Scott Artist Series through the Department of Art and Art History.
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.