The BIPOC Joy Art Show challenges the constant focus on trauma that Black, Indigenous and People of Color are often reduced to, prioritizing happiness and hope over suffering and hardship.
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As part of a continuing effort to bring community members and city leaders on campus to engage with students, the Straayer Center for Public Service Leadership and the Department of Political Science hosted a series of events to support and educate members of the campus community prior to the 2022 election.
This summer, political science major Aidan Lyde worked on the Community Networks in Fire-Environment Resilience (CoNIFER) Project to improve the understanding of wildfire risk mitigation planning based on wildfire protection plans in Colorado with CSU Extension.
Putting communication theory into practice, three PhD students engage in Extension internships that result in a Middle Eastern cookbook, updated curricula for a local 4-H program, and increase awareness of Extension and the Colorado State Fair.
Joy Enyinnaya continues her research on misinformation by researching trends surrounding COVID information and vaccine hesitancy, providing education about herd immunity and documenting parents’ hesitancies about routine vaccinations in a summer CSU Extension internship in El Paso County.
After years of Zoom screens and hybrid events, the Creative Writing Reading Series returns Sept. 15 for the first of many face-to-face readings.
Little’s expertise as a historian of early North America, emphasizing women, gender, and sexuality has made her the go-to expert for the showrunners in delving into the lives of early colonial women.
Part of a collaboration between CSU and NOAA, the study shows that the more precise a wind forecast model is, the bigger the savings for consumers.
The one-week workshop teaches basic social justice concepts and advocacy through integrated work and exploration in the arts.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledges the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers for 2022.