Professor Emerita Mary Crow was a professor in the Department of English from 1964 to 2003. Her specialty was in poetry, of which she wrote several books thanks to the research support she received from the College of Liberal Arts.
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Professor Emeritus David McComb from the Department of History pens a letter to the Clark Building, reflecting on the years since they both arrived on campus in 1969.
Professor Emerita Sue Ellen Markey Charlton taught in the Department of Political Science from 1967 to 2010. She specialized in international relations, comparative politics, and gender studies and now reflects on some of her memories from her time at CSU.
Four CSU students were selected for the Colorado Department of Higher Education’s Future Educator Honor Roll and honored at a state ceremony at History Colorado on April 29.
The Environmental Justice Working Group, a committee of researchers within the School of Global Environmental Sustainability, is hosting an open house on April 2 to share their vision of becoming the CSU Center for Environmental Justice.
The Social Justice Thru the Arts (SJTA) institute brought students from Alliance high schools to campus for a week to learn about issues of social justice through hands-on learning with CSU faculty, CSU student mentors, and renowned mural artist Rose Jaffe.
This year’s CSU Homecoming & Family Weekend is all about traditions – those from our past that connect us to our land-grant heritage as well as the new ones we create as students, faculty, and alumni of Colorado State University.
While students are embracing a new chapter in their lives, many College of Liberal Arts departments and programs are welcoming change as well with new department chairs and program directors.
Archived journals from American colonial pirates sparked Dr. Edward Barbier’s interest in research while he was in middle school. Now, he is a professor of economics and Senior Scholar in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
A long-time lover of cinema, Dr. Hye Seung Chung in the Department of Communication Studies enjoys surprising her students with just how impactful and profound film can be.