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Wind Symphony presents “State of Imagination”

By Nicole Towne, SMTD Publicity Intern The Colorado State University Wind Symphony 2017-2018 season highlights the University’s commitment to excellence through the “State of” series. On April 16, the group is performing the final installment of the series, “State of Imagination.” The idea for the series came from the Wind Symphony’s conductor, Rebecca Phillips, CSU’s […]

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Sammy Zahran, left, discusses the findings with David Mushinski

Under the surface: How CSU economists tracked a disease in Flint’s water crisis

Story by Jeff Dodge. Originally published on SOURCE.  At first glance, it seems like an unlikely pairing: How could economists conceivably help decipher what caused the public health crisis in Flint, Michigan, in 2014-15? Statistical analysis, that’s how. Sammy Zahran, an associate professor in Colorado State University’s Department of Economics, calls it “econometrics.” In a […]

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Festival guests watch a movie in the LSC Theater

Third annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival set for April 5-14

The third annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival opens Thursday, April 5, with an evening dedicated to student filmmakers from around the West. This year, ACT highlights include a new Festival Pass, two U.S. premieres and six Colorado premieres, more than 15 international film guests, encore screenings and a closing night concert featuring musicians from […]

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CSU Faculty and Poudre School District Engage in a Collaborative Teacher Workshop

On Thursday 1st March, twenty-five teachers attended the first of two collaboration days between CSU’s History department and Social Studies teachers from across the district. The individuals most responsible for establishing this fruitful link up were Kurt Knierim of Rocky Mountain High School, Dan Rypma from Fossil Ridge and CSU’s Tracy Brady. The morning started […]

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Bodaken Philosophy Symposium launches March 26 with lecture by bioethicist Emanuel

Ancient Greek symposia were once a gathering of prominent members of society for an evening of music, food and vibrant discussion on literature, politics and philosophy. Symposia were held in private houses, providing an intimate setting for scholarly debate often portrayed on Greek urns and in theatre productions, as well as acting as the setting […]

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MFA 2018

MFA THESIS EXHIBITION 2018

Anthropology Art and Art History Communication Studies Economics English Ethnic Studies History Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts MFA THESIS EXHIBITION 2O18 April 27- May18, 2018 The Griffin Foundation Gallery and Works on Paper Gallery Opening Reception Friday April 27, 2018 5:00 p.m. Gregory Allicar Museum of Art MFA Speaks May 3, 2018 5:00 p.m. Robert Hoffert Learning […]

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