ART 280A3, Books Arts: History, Meaning and Form, is an experimental, first-of-its-kind book arts and history course this summer taught in the Department of Art and Art History.
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May 25 should be a day of mourning for George Floyd, an opinion from Dr. David McIvor, associate professor of political science at CSU
Like everything else this past year, teaching and the student licensure program have been heavily affected by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The inaugural edition of CSU’s Through the Student Lens Film Festival is scheduled to premiere online at 6 p.m. on May 3.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledges the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers for 2021.
Colorado State University has a long history of commitment to environmental initiatives and sustainability. In March 2020, CSU expanded their environmental expertise to include social justice with the formal creation of the Center for Environmental Justice.
Last fall, Professor Kate Browne charged undergraduate students in Public Anthropology and Global Environmental Challenges (ANTH 405) to explore worldwide social and environmental issues and dilemmas. Students in the class created a podcast series and brought public anthropology to airwaves and earbuds.
Postdoctoral fellow Jay Ke-Schutte will share their research and personal experience with navigating the “Angloscene” in Afro-Chinese relations in a colloquium on March 31 at 11:30 a.m.
“Our profession is valued and an important part of our culture and our humanity. Musicians will be back and the need for music will be even stronger in the future.”
While the Coronavirus has closed and quieted universities across the country this year, a small but historic piece of Colorado State University campus is buzzing with the sounds of students – and shovels – this summer.