Unlike most CSU students graduating this spring, Abdulaziz Almethen is a husband, a father of four, and calls the country of Saudi Arabia home.
Brenna Clendaniel is an online LEAP Master’s student living in New York City, pursuing her dream of working for a New York City theatre company.
CSU senior Trenten Robinson has been named 2017 Student Employee of the Year — for the campus as well as the entire state. Robinson is a literacy and math tutor majoring in political science in the College of Liberal Arts and is participating in CSU’s Off-Campus Work-Study Program at Bauder Elementary School. Additionally, he is […]
It’s award season time on campus, and the College of Liberal Arts is proud to announce the following awards and honors from Colorado State University, from the College of Liberal Arts, and from other areas around campus. These awards acknowledge the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers within the College. “One […]
CSU history graduate student, Ariel Schnee, won “Best in Show for Creative Works” and came in second place in the overall competition at CSU’s 2017 Demo Day.
Syria’s forgotten pluralism and why it matters today Syrian Christians and Muslims offer prayers for nuns held by rebels, at the Greek Orthodox Mariamiya Church in Damascus, Syria, in 2013. AP Photo Andrea Williams, Colorado State University The Syrian Civil War has been raging for six years. It has killed nearly half a million people […]
Communication Studies special faculty Dr. Abby Veliquette was recently honored with a 2017 CSU Alumni Association Best Teacher Award. Veliquette is one of six recipients from across the university.
Director of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, Linny Frickman, received the 2017 Spirit of Philanthropy Award at Celebrate! Colorado State Awards on April 18, 2017. Frickman is recognized for her passion and attention to art, to the museum, and to donors, alumni, and community members.
CSU Theatre received excellent scores from Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival representative Laura Cuetera for the recent production of The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Walt Jones. It is standard practice for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) – the national theatre program dedicated to the improvement of collegiate theatre […]
As 2016-2017 Vice President of Research Fellows, College of Liberal Arts graduate students Hannah Love and Maggie Jones were given the opportunity to explore the ways interdisciplinary collaborations generate success.