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.
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Over the past three decades, theatre alumna Dana Hughes’ career has included actress in New York City, broadcast journalist for ABC, and now, senior communications officer for the UN Refugee Agency in Africa.
Engaged scholarship is one way that faculty and students in the College of Liberal Arts are collaborating with communities to co-create knowledge and to have significant impact. We believe that our disciplines will be key in addressing crucial issues and enhancing the quality of life of the diverse people of Colorado, the nation, and the world.
“The liberal arts aren’t just a field of study. They are a living thing, a thread that connects us all.” And it is through our learning, scholarship, and engagement that we advance the human experience.
Interdisciplinarity, an old approach with a recent resurgence of interest, is a research process that integrates insights from two or more disciplines to address a complex problem so as to come to a broader understanding. This complexity encourages a sense of reverence.
The Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (IRISS), which is focused on supporting all colleges and departments across the CSU campus with social science research, is hosting a networking open house on April 23.
In 2017 and 2018, the College of Liberal Arts added 15 new programs to help students prepare for a changing world of work.
On Jan. 8, 2018, the Colorado Trust hosted a webinar on rural economic development featuring Stephan Weiler, Dept of Economics, Dawn Thilmany and Becca Jablonski, Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
The College of Liberal Arts is piloting a professional development funding opportunity for non-tenure track faculty.