A group of seven Colorado State University faculty took a new approach to an Economics 101 course this fall, team-teaching it with a focus on the impacts of COVID-19.
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When Lindsey Schneider was in fourth grade, she learned from an antiquated history curriculum that the Indians of the American West lived in tipis and didn’t exist anymore.
Two researchers from Colorado State University have been commissioned to conduct a two-year, $250,000 project chronicling the recent history of a national park in Alaska and Canada where the Klondike Gold Rush occurred in 1897-88.
Colorado State University kicked off a new educational initiative in early October as the words “Black Lives Matter” were painted in yellow on the pavement north of the Visual Arts Building.
Political polarization in an election year is nothing new. But in 2020, when you add to the mix deep divisions, it seems as if we’ve forgotten how to talk to each other about what is ailing society and how to fix it.
The fifth annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival at Colorado State University will be held virtually Oct. 1-10, featuring 21 films from around the world and 13 conversations with filmmakers.
It’s not easy to make an interesting, award-winning film about a quest to replace a hunk of metal, but Colorado State University Assistant Professor Jaime Jacobsen has done just that.
Poet and Colorado State University Distinguished Professor Camille Dungy was chosen to read one of her poems as part of the Democratic National Convention on Aug. 18.
Savanah Overturf delivered a TEDx Talk in Grand Junction in March about autism and her experiences.
The first essay in a new collection about the role that food plays in gentrification by a Colorado State University faculty member and his co-editors tells the tale of ink! Coffee in north Denver.