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The master of fine arts program in Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art history has been ranked 32 slots higher than it was last year in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” edition.
The Public Lands History Center is launching an initiative to collect the community’s public lands experiences during the pandemic.
Assistant Professor Matthew Hitt studies American politics, and he can’t compare the federal response to the current COVID-19 outbreak to anything this country has seen before.
The Department of Anthropology and Geography is launching a new undergraduate certificate in Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies that will prepare students for jobs and careers in museums and education centers and at cultural heritage areas, including national parks and historic sites.
In response to the unprecedented economic and policy changes Colorado now faces, the Regional Economic Development Institute (REDI) at Colorado State University is hosting a series of webinars on the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic in the state.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival is hosting a series of free virtual “ACT At Home” events that will let community members view films from home and then watch and participate in live online discussions with special guests.
On March 6, the Public Lands History Center at Colorado State University welcomed 40 high school students from Rocky Mountain High School and Berthoud High School to campus for History Day.
CSU anthropologist wins $30,000 fellowship award for Bolivian mining research from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
In conjunction with the exhibition Cercle et Carré and the International Spirit of Abstract Art, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at Colorado State University will present a free performance by internationally acclaimed performer, composer, conductor and historian Luciano Chessa, on Wednesday, March 25, from 5 to 6 p.m.