Article originally published in Source. It’s not obvious what the dancer sees in the distance, but there is a glimmer in her eyes as she leaps and twists and twirls. A flutter, a kick, then a new companion joins her, gliding in to meet her stage right. They ebb and flow together, lifting each […]
The College of Liberal Arts is celebrating the accomplishments of our professors as they become University Distinguished Faculty. Three professors have recently accepted 2019 University awards ranking their performance among the highest and most outstanding that Colorado State University has to offer.
Erika Osborne has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue an art project in the southern Baja California Peninsula of Mexico in fall 2019. Osborne proposed a project to examine the forests of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountain Range.
Bernard Rollin is celebrating his 50th year at Colorado State University. CSU milestones honor and celebrate employees achieving a decade of service or more.
The National Endowment for the Humanities recently awarded Colorado State University a $350,000 grant to enhance and expand the Colorado Encyclopedia, an online compendium of information on life in Colorado.
Faculty who need to conduct focus groups, design a survey for a research project, or carry out other types of social science research now have a place on campus to turn for help.
The Keller Faculty Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching honors economics faculty who energize their students, ignite the flame of inquiry and discovery, foster a love of learning by incorporating innovative learning techniques into the classroom and encourage students to think creatively and critically.
Stephan Weiler’s career has been devoted to developing strategies to spark economic vitality in struggling rural and urban areas through the communities’ own innovative and entrepreneurial capacities.
A Colorado State University professor has co-authored a book that examines how President Donald Trump has used Twitter and public speeches to provoke emotions with perceived threats to the white population.
A new study by Colorado State University researchers has found that the quantity of delivery complications in hospitals are substantially higher during nights, weekends and holidays, and in teaching hospitals.