Business development specialist. Media strategist. Executive coach. Colorado State alumnus Jim Vidakovich can now add “Distinguished Alumni” to his resume thanks to his years of career and service to the CSU community.
Author Archives: Shannon Dale
“The stories we tell, about people and about history, are necessarily about place. By attending to the interactions between place and people and to the multiple stories these interactions tell—we discover a more complex understanding of London’s cathedral”
Communication studies professors examine how rhetoric influences perceptions of U.S., using Buffalo Bill as an example.
For hundreds of CSU students, their college experience was highlighted by the rumble of a well-loved van, the buzz of debate in the House and Senate chambers, the camaraderie built in legislative offices, and the consistent support and lessons shared by John Straayer.
The Champion an Artist Scholarship made it possible for music education and music performance major Zuri Kargbo to attend CSU.
For more than 22 years, Great Conversations has created a community for those eager to explore, think, and understand.
The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art would not exist at Colorado State University without Linny Frickman.
“China becoming an influential power in world politics is going to affect all of our lives over the course of this century.”