His commitment to students and unwavering appreciation of differences in origin and perspective contributed to KuoRay Mao winning a 2020 Best Teacher Award.
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2020 Best Teacher Award winner Andrea Purdy holds a passion for teaching and the ability it gives her to connect with diverse students. Her open and inclusive classroom helps students develop their academic and cultural skill sets.
JMC undergraduate student Nora Anderson works alongside CSU videographer Ron Bend to make videos for the National Park Service
The magnitude of liberal arts funded and collaborative research continues to grow at Colorado State University.
Two CSU alumni return to teach history after careers in public history and following winding paths to their current careers.
Education in Motion, a summer professional development seminar hosted by CSU Dance, provides preK-12 teachers with the tools to incorporate movement in the classroom.
Assistant Professor of English Ricki Ginsburg and Assistant Professor of History Jessica Jackson combined their disciplines and teaching approach in an interdisciplinary course offered this fall, LB393: #BlackLivesMatter, #MeToo, #DACAmented, #Pride.
Alison Koss started her journey at CSU in 1991, venturing far from her Pennsylvania roots, but didn’t finish her studies when life got in the way. Almost two decades later, she will graduate with her bachelor’s in sociology this December.
The Fort Collins community is invited to engage in an interactive experience with brewing enthusiasts and CSU graduate students at “History Harvest,” being held from 10 a.m. to noon on Dec. 7 at the Global Village Museum.
Holding an authentic letter written by the infamous Alexander Hamilton, standing in the hallowed halls of George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate, and sleeping under the roof of a traditional federal-style house. These are just a few of the cool things history alumna Natalie Cozart experienced in the Deerfield Fellowship Program.