The Public Lands History Center at Colorado State University played an integral role in restoring the Johnson Space Center’s Apollo Mission Control Center that was used during the Apollo 11 moon landing 50 years ago.
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A Colorado State University faculty member in the Department of Sociology is teaming up with a Canadian researcher at the University of Ottawa to study the economic and social effects of precision agriculture.
Technology has played a large role in the growth of terrorism through recruitment of terrorists worldwide or through cyberattacks on critical infrastructure. Jordan Clark (’11) trains people to recognize warning signs of possible terrorist or criminal acts on social media and in other settings through the Community Awareness Program at the CELL in Denver, Colo.
A husband and wife who teach dance at Colorado State University teamed up with another faculty member and a university videographer to tell the story of having their first baby — all through their own choreography.
In an increasingly connected global society, fluency in a second language is an important skill in both the job market and for the cognitive benefits reaped by the language learner. Through technology and increased access to authentic language materials such as manuscripts, music, film, and video, students have greater opportunities to access many learning styles and engage with a language and culture more creatively and deeply.
Camille Dungy, a professor in CSU’s Department of English, has won another major honor: a Guggenheim Fellowship.
Faculty who need to conduct focus groups, design a survey for a research project, or carry out other types of social science research now have a place on campus to turn for help.
CSU’s Department of Economics is enjoying an upward trajectory, and that rise is reflected in its new chair, Elissa Braunstein.
In the CSU pottery and ceramics program, students learn how to make all of their own clay and glazes from scratch to develop a particular color palette for their pieces, employing the periodic table of elements and an unexpected dose of science for an art class.