Meet the seven teachers who've inspired students, faculty and alumni at CSU.
Alison Koss started her journey at CSU in 1991, venturing far from her Pennsylvania roots, but didn't finish her studies when life got in the way. Almost two decades later, she will graduate with her bachelor's in sociology this December.
Assistant Professor Orestes "Pat" Hastings' research explores the mechanisms and processes through which economic inequalities become social inequalities. When he's not running statistics, he can be found running the trails of Colorado as an ultramarathoner.
On Sept. 26, faculty panelists will open a discussion with the audience about technology’s impact and effect in our lives.
A closer look at the story of the largest coral atoll in the world sheds light on the issues facing those living on such islands all around the world, and the inadequacy of current international policy.
We believe U.S. agriculture needs to make a systemwide shift that cuts carbon emissions, reduces vulnerability to climate chaos and prioritizes economic justice.
A Colorado State University faculty member in the Department of Sociology is teaming up with a Canadian researcher at the University of Ottawa to study the economic and social effects of precision agriculture.
Fort Collins is often called the “Choice City,” but for whom? In Dr. Josh Sbicca’s Social Movements course, students are asked to look at the social inequalities in Fort Collins and create protest art as a result. By using drones to capture images, sounds, and voices and editing software to create meaning, tell a story, and call for social change, students are using technology to take a new look at the Choice City.