A great number of faculty used the normal downtime of summer to reimagine and rebuild their classes to accommodate the variety of modalities available to students this fall (face-to-face, hybrid, online).
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The new normal we live in has required many of us to tackle that infamous concept of “thinking outside the box.” And many faculty in the College of Liberal Arts have taken the challenge to heart: evaluating, revamping, and adjusting their courses to address the multiple teaching modalities required of education today.
The College of Liberal Arts Fall 2020 Initiative team developed resources to support faculty as they approach the most important questions of the day while cultivating a classroom climate conducive to open inquiry and engaged learning for everyone.
The visual and performing arts at CSU remain engaged this fall. Learn more about participating in adapted events and opportunities.
As a result of the State Your Purpose Campaign, College of Liberal Arts scholarship recipients have millions of reasons to be thankful. Thanks to the generosity of alumni, faculty and staff, and friends, $14.5 million has been raised in support of College of Liberal Arts scholarships, impacting CSU’s $1 billion fundraising goal, but more importantly, impacting the lives of countless students.
Without access to the tools of the trade during COVID-19, CSU Dance students and faculty are coming up with new ways to dance, deliver curriculum, interact with students, and accomplish semester-end assignments.
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.
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.