Colorado State University Alum, Robert Pippin, has been awarded an appointment as the Northwest Missouri State University Dennis C. Dau Professor of Instrumental Music for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 school years. Dr. Pippin is a two-time graduate of Colorado State University, earning a B.M. in Music in 2000 and an M.M. in Music in 2003. […]
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 […]
The Master of Public Policy and Administration has partnered with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs to offer the Best and Brightest Management Fellowship to MPPA students. The Best and Brightest Fellowship Program partners with counties, municipalities and universities across the state to meet the needs of communities, engage future leaders, and connect students to […]
CSU’s Master of Public Policy & Administration and Master of Sport Management welcomed their first cohorts this fall.
Originally published on Source by Rachel Gaisford Beginning in Fall 2020, CSU’s College of Liberal Arts will be offering a new professional master’s degree focused on public service leadership. The Master of Public Policy and Administration blends academic learning with hands-on experience to prepare students to take on society’s greatest challenges. “The MPPA is a […]
Originally published in Source by Peyton Dailey Holding an authentic letter written by the infamous Alexander Hamilton, standing in the hallowed halls of George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate, and sleeping under the roof of a traditional federal-style house; this is the way to experience history hands-on, literally walking in the footsteps of our predecessors. […]
Jayleen Sorano and Craig Somers, CSU students, summertime experiences.
A recent graduate of Colorado State University and her faculty mentor played a key role in creating an exhibition of female African artists that has moved from CSU’s Gregory Allicar Museum of Art to a museum in South Africa.
In 2017 and 2018, the College of Liberal Arts added 15 new programs to help students prepare for a changing world of work.