Each week, Pulitzer Prize-winner and former U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove selects a single poem to feature in the Sunday issue of the New York Times Magazine. For the Aug. 12 edition, the magazine’s poetry editor chose “Still Life” by Colorado State University English Professor Camille Dungy.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the University Center for the Arts, the new Name a Seat campaign gives donors a chance to leave their legacy by naming a seat while helping support scholarships for School of Music, Theatre, and Dance students.
A Colorado State University faculty member argues in a new book that the term “food justice” should be viewed much more broadly, and he outlines several examples of how food is used as a key element in social justice efforts.
While students are embracing a new chapter in their lives, many College of Liberal Arts departments and programs are welcoming change as well with new department chairs and program directors.
On July 31 – Aug. 4, Colorado State University welcomes a one-of-a-kind, international piano competition and festival, giving Northern Colorado the exciting opportunity to hear extraordinary pianists from around the world. The 2018 International Keyboard Odyssiad®& Festival, U.S.A. features internationally renowned pianists, including Van Cliburn medalists, in five riveting evening concerts, alongside an Olympic-styled competition for young pianists ages 11-35.
Each summer, we celebrate the scholarly and adventurous ways College of Liberal Arts students spend their summer break. Between internships, education abroad, and volunteering, our students are using their time away from campus to enrich their college experience.
A trio of CSU faculty are arguing that to preserve the rich array of species around the world, corporations will need to engage and contribute financially as part of a global agreement.
It all started in the summer of 1969, when Jim Judge brought a team of CSU students to excavate the Roberts Ranch Buffalo Jump. From then on, the Archaeology Field School became an annual summer course teaching students about archaeological survey and excavation at sites across the western Great Plains.
Story by Lena Ham. Originally published on SOURCE. Several members of the College of Liberal Arts recently won awards from the Fulbright Program. Below are descriptions of how some of those awards are being used. Stephan Weiler Stephan Weiler was one of about a dozen people selected as a Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair, a subset […]
CSU faculty and alumni won in four of the 14 categories for the 2018 Colorado Book Awards.