Research & Creative

The Scott Artist Series at CSU

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.

A boy king returns to the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art

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.

Applying Ethics: How Philosophy Brings Clarity to Emerging Challenges

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.

Teaching in Vietnam: Lesson on the markets of Hanoi

Dr. Alexandra Bernasek traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam in November of 2016 to teach Econ 202 at Foreign Trade University.

Preparing Students for Life Using Soft Skills

Soft Skills for Professionals provided students practice in soft skills such as critical observation, problem solving, adaptability, and tolerance to diversity through exercises designed to challenge students’ abilities.

Winter 2016

A Great Museum for a Great University

Great universities have great art museums, and Colorado State is no exception.

What it Means to be Human

“When we talk about science and the way it is related to politics, we are looking at the way in which human activities are interdependent with the wider world.”