Robert Gudmestad loved history from an early age, especially the Civil War. After a short career as a U.S. Immigration special agent, Gudmestad returned to school to pursue a career as a teacher and southern U.S. historian.
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David Fischer, the first person to receive a Ph.D. in economics from CSU, taught natural resource economics around the world. Among other accomplishments, he developed a framework for studying large-scale environmental accidents.
From Japanese American confinement camps to National Heritage Areas, Alex Hernandez brings communities together for historic preservation projects as an assistant program manager and historian for the National Park Service.
Annie Seipel is a non-traditional student in almost every sense of the word. At age 45 Seipel is on the brink of finishing her bachelor’s degree combining her interests of Arabic and metal-working.
A love for music, passionate performances, and a bit of competition will be spotlighted at the University Center for the Arts during the Finnish and Fabulous Finals concert on Feb. 7.
After a busy first semester of teaching and performing, the dance department’s newest faculty members, Madeline and Matthew Harvey, are bringing a new dance experience to CSU and the community on Feb. 3.
“It is time to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure … I am asking both parties to come together to give us the safe, fast, reliable and modern infrastructure our economy needs and our people deserve.”
Department of Economics is pleased to host Samuel Bowles as a seminar speaker on Thursday, Feb. 1.
Chon Noriega, professor in the Department of Film, Television, and Digital Media at the University California Los Angeles, will be this year’s Gravlee lecturer on Wednesday Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Lory Student Center.
Kick off 2018 by visiting the new and revamped exhibitions at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art.