As wind energy is occupying an increasingly large share of the energy landscape, a new study by Colorado State University economists and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows that more accurate wind forecasts over the last decade have netted consumers over $150 million per year in energy savings. The study is based on […]
Professor of Economics Daniele Tavani has been selected for the 2022-2023 University of Southern California (USC) Berggruen Fellowship.
Dr. James M. David, an internationally recognized composer who currently serves as professor of music composition at Colorado State University, is dedicated to creating dynamic and thoughtful music for all. His work is regularly inspired by moving words, images, and ideas from the past and present. Dr. David’s composition, “Flying Jewels,” was inspirited by Brian […]
University Distinguished Professor of Economics Dr. Edward B. Barbier will deliver a seminar on his forthcoming book Economics for a Fragile Planet on Thursday, March 10, as part of the economics department’s seminar series. The event, which is free and open to the public, will start at 4 p.m. in Clark Building A, Room 205. […]
Visiting professor Doug Finn, Ph.D. joined the CSU community and the Department of Philosophy in August 2021 as a result of a gift from Fr. Don Willette to establish an endowed faculty position for Catholic studies.
Starting January 2022, a CSU research team will lead a project that will produce a map of the distributive implications of U.S. foreign policy – a map that will allow communities to better understand their relationship to America’s role in the world.
CSU Dance Professor Chung-Fu Chang named 2021 Legends of Dance honoree In March, the board of The Dance Archive announced that Professor Chung-Fu Chang was named a 2021 Legends of Dance. The board received nine nominations reflecting the thriving Colorado dance community. The six honorees will be celebrated in a ceremony on Oct. 17, 2021. Since […]
Postdoctoral Fellow Jay Ke-Schutte examines research and theoretical inquires of communication
If Colorado wants to proactively decrease poverty levels and the income gap between white communities and communities of color, it should invest in education, the judiciary, health care and human services, according to CSU researchers.
On Jan. 26, College of Liberal Arts faculty across disciplines provided insight and information about the Biden-Harris administration, what they may focus on, and what they will be able to accomplish.