Military Veterans pursuing philosophy in post-service life
The Internet has changed the landscape in which we, as humans, relate, and ethicists need to keep pace. With increases in anxiety and depression, the creation of echo chambers of information, and access to tele-medicine for rural communities, bioethicists like Dr. Moti Gorin are now looking at how online technologies affect human health and well-being.
Some might consider Stephen Brackett a superman of sorts: activist, educator, and hip hop artist. Since graduation from CSU in 2006, Brackett works at the intersection of education, activism and advocacy, and music.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledged the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers within the College at annual award ceremony.
ACT Human Rights Film Festival comes to a close Saturday, April 13, at Lory Student Center Theatre with the Colorado premiere of Words from a Bear at 7:30 p.m.
Water lies at the heart of what it means to be human and what it means to flourish in our own place in the world. From a philosophical and ethical perspective, our particular understandings and interpretations of water reveal our sense of identity (the who), our sense of place (the where), and our meaning and purpose in the world (the why).
Grant S. Lee, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy at Colorado State University, passed away October 11, 2018. He is remembered for his 42 years of service at Colorado State University.
Capron will lead an afternoon panel discussion and deliver an evening lecture in the Lory Student Center.
This year’s CSU Homecoming & Family Weekend is all about traditions – those from our past that connect us to our land-grant heritage as well as the new ones we create as students, faculty, and alumni of Colorado State University.