Peter Erickson loved the challenge of studying a foreign language while he was in college, and now enjoys teaching diverse topics related to German culture, philosophy, history, and art in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.
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Susan Opp has always been driven to help communities, but she didn’t always know that she wanted to go into public policy. Now a professor in the Department of Political Science, she is proud to call herself a “pracademic.”
Sandy Ceas uses art to bring communities together around the world, and she’s offering a new education abroad program in India for students to join her.
Former CSU football star and College of Liberal Arts alumnus Eric Tippeconnic has earned acclaim with his art depicting traditional and modern Comanche life.
97-year-old WWII Vet Stanley “Stan” Lucero Sepulbeda dreamed of experiencing the opening day at the new CSU Stadium. The Department of Economics made that dream happen.
Devan Kallas won first place in the student division of the Art Olympia 2017, earning a prize of $20,000.
The Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado State University produces the 61-year-old Colorado Review and several other publications with the help of an army of interns who are involved in virtually every step of the publishing process.
Sydney Fleischman spent her summer in one of the artistic and theater capitals of the world: London.
German language class. Voice lessons. Rehearsal after rehearsal. Angela Lamar’s daily schedule was nearly dawn to dusk, but the rigorous agenda was worth it for the rare opportunity to perform in Germany for the summer.
This summer, many College of Liberal Arts students splashed into research and internships across the country.