You can make CSU a better place during Proud to Be Day of Giving on March 7.
In the CSU pottery and ceramics program, students learn how to make all of their own clay and glazes from scratch to develop a particular color palette for their pieces, employing the periodic table of elements and an unexpected dose of science for an art class.
Three Colorado State University undergraduates assisted archaeologists studying the prehistory of Wyoming’s Wind River Range last summer.
Inspired by an international competition called the Three Minute Thesis, CSU's Three Minute Challenge will take place Feb. 11.
What can a historian do in response to life-threatening flooding like we’ve seen in Northern Colorado? Quite a lot it turns out. By documenting the communication, cooperation, and activity of disaster responders, historians capture the knowledge and information-sharing process that is so crucial to future response and recovery.
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.