When a disaster threatens, how do people decide whether to stay or to evacuate? To rebuild or relocate? How to restore their lives? Prof. Kate Browne’s work with survivors of Hurricane Harvey explores the decisions people make using a novel “assemblage” technique.
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Rising sports photographer and Colorado State University alumna Abbie Parr (’17, communication studies) hit the equivalent of a home run in photography by earning a spot in TIME’s “Top 100 Photos of 2018.”
Michelle Stanley recently started her role as Director of the LEAP Institute for the Arts, but arts advocacy and music have always been a passion of hers.
Ryan Scott has been interested in the environment from an early age, and is now an expert in environmental policy in the Department of Political Science.
During the Great Conversations 2018 Season Kickoff, three College of Liberal Arts faculty had a conversation with community members about how rigor and imagination can be used as robust tools for uniting a polarized society and shaping the future of our world.
Frédérique Grim teaches French in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures because she loves how learning a new language and culture offers students a path to worldly adventures and career opportunities.
Poet Khadijah Queen will give a reading on October 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center as part of the Department of English’s Creative Writing Reading .
Hongyan Xiang joined the history department in 2014 and teaches courses about Modern China, Japan, and East Asia. Her research studies are currently French Catholic missionaries in modern and early modern China.
Economics students know Professor Nancy Jianakoplos studies household wealth accumulation, gender differences in financial risk taking, and sports economics, but she has a not-so-secret passion for Teletubbies and college football, too.
CSU faculty and alumni won in four of the 14 categories for the 2018 Colorado Book Awards.