After spending six years in the Air Force, Tim Fellows decided that the best way to decompress and figure out his next steps in life was to take a little walk. A nice, 2,200-mile, five-month-long walk.
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Generous support from CSU alumni Jim Vidakovich and Al Howard has allowed the BRAINY program to transform the lives of children in Northern Colorado.
Blake said his gift, the largest in the college’s history, is in recognition of its outstanding, high-quality faculty, students and leadership.
Laurita is headed to Washington, D.C., to work before applying to grad schools with the goal of joining government, ideally the Department of State.
Albert Bimper, associate professor of ethnic studies and a senior associate athletic director for diversity and inclusion at CSU, has been selected by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as one of its 15 Emerging Scholars across the nation.
Doug Preston and Colorado State University archaeologist Chris Fisher share their discovery of a large city in the wilds of Honduras.
Three College of Liberal Arts alumni – Polly Baca (B.A., political science, ’62), Ann Gill (M.A., speech and theater arts, ’76), and Jim Vidakovich (B.A., speech arts, ’69) – are being honored at the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards.