Meet the seven teachers who've inspired students, faculty and alumni at CSU.
Many Colorado State University students don’t want to leave Fort Collins after they graduate, and who can blame them?
A group of Colorado State University students have been volunteering at a language immersion school in Fort Collins, providing valuable assistance to the instructors while getting extra practice with their Spanish, French and Mandarin outside the classroom.
In an increasingly connected global society, fluency in a second language is an important skill in both the job market and for the cognitive benefits reaped by the language learner. Through technology and increased access to authentic language materials such as manuscripts, music, film, and video, students have greater opportunities to access many learning styles and engage with a language and culture more creatively and deeply.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledged the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers within the College at annual award ceremony.
María del Carmen López Ramírez was born and raised in Spain but moved to Fort Collins in 2005 to start her career in teaching at Colorado State University.
A new semester-long education abroad program, Liberal Arts and Community Engagement, will give students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new culture, lifestyle, and community at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur.
A mutual friend, a beer, and a river — all in Spain, 5,000 miles from Colorado — have brought together two CSU faculty members from very different fields, as well as a couple of their students. Jonathan Carlyon, who teaches Spanish language, literature, and culture, and Steve Fassnacht, who teaches watershed science, have come together to provide a comprehensive look at the history and environment of the Camino de Santiago in Spain.