Camille Dungy has added another honor to her long list of accomplishments.
What is the appropriate role of the U.S. on the world stage? It’s a question that has been hotly debated by politicians and scholars alike for decades.
Professor Roze Hentschell, Shakespeare scholar and Associate Dean for Academic Programs in the College of Liberal Arts was selected for the 2021-22 class of the ACE Fellows Program
When Bernie Rollin was about to finish his Ph.D. at Columbia University in the late 1960s, he and his wife Linda knew one thing: They wanted to get out of New York and move as far away as they could, to a place that was the complete opposite of the big city.
History graduate students explore the architecture and history of the Clark Building, a fixture on the CSU campus since 1968.
We must acknowledge the inherent tension that exists between our First Amendment rights and the potential harm exercising those rights can cause to others.
Youngsung Kim is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration. His research focuses on public budgeting and finance, education finance, and local government management.
The new normal we live in has required many of us to tackle that infamous concept of “thinking outside the box.” And many faculty in the College of Liberal Arts have taken the challenge to heart: evaluating, revamping, and adjusting their courses to address the multiple teaching modalities required of education today.
The College of Liberal Arts Fall 2020 Initiative team developed resources to support faculty as they approach the most important questions of the day while cultivating a classroom climate conducive to open inquiry and engaged learning for everyone.