Chancellor Emeritus Joe Blake has established the Blake Leadership Scholars Program in the College of Liberal Arts to bring the brightest, most engaged minds to campus to learn with and from our expert faculty.
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The Alliance Partnership and the College of Liberal Arts at CSU sponsored the second year of Social Justice Thru the Arts, an on-campus, week-long program for high school students in Colorado.
Emeritus Professor of History, Dan Tyler (M.A. ’67), wins the Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Liberal Arts. His career in teaching started by teaching pilots in the Air Force how to fly, and concluded with 30 years at CSU, specializing in Hispanic language, history, and agriculture, including water development and water law.
On Sept. 26, faculty panelists will open a discussion with the audience about technology’s impact and effect in our lives.
What is the difference between ‘real life’ and ‘virtual life’? How do we construct identity? How do we create social norms? For many years, experts have studied how social norms are created, and with the advent of the internet and online gaming, researchers are now exploring the way people interact with, use, and respond to technology as they perform and craft those identities.
Art history and printmaking students participated in a collaborative, two-day process of papermaking and stenciling in the style of the peoples of the Pacific.
Some might consider Stephen Brackett a superman of sorts: activist, educator, and hip hop artist. Since graduation from CSU in 2006, Brackett works at the intersection of education, activism and advocacy, and music.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledged the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers within the College at annual award ceremony.
The National Endowment for the Arts has granted the Center for Literary Publishing a $10,000 Art Works grant for 2019.
Eleanor Moseman, associate professor of art history, studies the role women artists play as cultural producers. Her experience teaching on Semester at Sea brought a global comparative element to her courses Intro to Visual Art and Women in Art History, encouraging students to compare art in Spain, Japan, and Ghana.