A thoughtfully asked question from an Economics 101 student, – “How can we fix global poverty” – set Niroj Bhattarai on a journey that would be surprising and illuminating about what affects school attendance, while also serving as the dissertation research for his Ph.D.
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For Elham Musa, the Master’s of Arts Leadership and Cultural Management program is pushing her to challenge societal norms, especially when typical Western values conflict with her worldviews as a Muslim and immigrant.
Graduating senior Seth Bodine collaborated with artists, dancers, and videographers to create a multi-media production entitled, “Crossings.”
Shreenal Patel grew up in East India and first came to the U.S. to visit her aunt in 2010. Eight years later, she has found a passion and talent for graphic design, earned her U.S. citizenship, and received her bachelor’s degree from CSU.
Communication studies major Mahalia Henschel is an advocate and leader, and hopes to use her degree to reduce systemic inequalities among marginalized communities.
Curiosity from an early age inspired Professor Laura Raynolds to study sociology. Now, she is leading the world in fair trade research and scholarship.
Janae Brown, communication studies and ethnic studies double major, received the Outstanding Junior in the College of Liberal Arts award from national honor society Phi Kappa Phi.
International student Feixue Mei is studying graphic design 4,000 miles away from her home in Wuhan City in the Hubel province of China.
From Manchester, England to the harp industry in Hong Kong, Andy Gilmore leans on his unique life experiences with his doctoral studies.