CSU graduate, Erin Douglas (’18), double-majors in economics and journalism and media communications, finding the pair differentiated her from the competition in reporting.
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A new semester-long education abroad program, Liberal Arts and Community Engagement, will give students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new culture, lifestyle, and community at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur.
The National Communication Association has honored Colorado State University Associate Professor of Communication Studies Thomas R. Dunn with its 2018 Outstanding Book Award for Queerly Remembered: Rhetorics for Representing the GLBTQ Past. Dunn will receive the award at the104th NCA conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Friday, November 9.
The National Communication Association has selected Colorado State University Professor of Communication Studies Karrin Vasby Anderson as the next editor of its Quarterly Journal of Speech (QJS), the most prestigious and oldest peer-reviewed journal published in the field of rhetorical studies.
Students and faculty will have the exciting opportunity to listen to a lecture from the renowned artist Sonya Clark at the CSU Iris & Michael Smith Alumni Center on Oct. 29 at 5 p.m.
Four students from the College of Liberal Arts participated in a unique internship opportunity with the CSU Extension program this summer. Each intern experienced hands-on training and research in different counties across Colorado focusing on issues troubling the community.
The Honors Program at Colorado State Unversity sends students in the Department of English to study Shakespeare at the renowned Oxford University. Senior Rachel Surratt learned to navigate the streets of Oxford, England, and learn about the history of the streets where Shakespeare himself once walked.
Nontraditional ethnic studies student, Anna Wiig, received the prestigious Gilman International Scholarship — a grant program that gave her the opportunity to study abroad for an entire semester in Peru. She focused on cultural and social dynamics, like race, immigration, and sustainability, while increasing her Spanish language abilities during her semester.
Rose Gorrell, a graduate student in Colorado State University’s public history program, interned this summer with the National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC).
Ashley VanDyke, international studies major at Colorado State University, traveled abroad to study the Chinese language in Dalian, China with the Critical Language Scholarship.