The University Writing Center is hiring grad-student consultants. This page includes all the information you need to apply by April 20.
As the novel coronavirus sweeps across the globe CSU English alumna Kristen Mullen teaches in China — the site of her 2015 summer teaching program.
CSU English major John Barnhardt (B.A., ’96) used to spend hours talking about movies, shooting film and film careers. Several decades and Emmys later, he returns to use his skills in the Fort Collins community.
Assistant Professor Ramona Ausubel captures the world and the human condition in books; she teaches students to do the same.
Over the past five years, Colorado State University’s College of Liberal Arts has experienced a period of exponential growth in funded research. From 2014 to 2019, funding increased by 54.3 percent, with the number of funded projects nearly doubling from 27 to 45. Year-over-year, research funding grew 13.8 percent from 2018 to 2019. The growth […]
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 on Source by Tony Phifer Chancellor Emeritus Joe Blake has made a $5 million gift to Colorado State University’s College of Liberal Arts. This gift, the largest in the college’s history, is in recognition of its outstanding, high-quality faculty, students and leadership. It was Blake’s intention that this gift would help cast […]
Originally published on Source by Carol Busch On April 3, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival will open at the Lory Student Center Theatre at Colorado State University, celebrating its fifth annual run as Colorado’s only film festival wholly dedicated to the intersection of art and social justice. The nine-day festival, produced by CSU’s Department of Communication Studies, will feature […]
Erika Szymanski, assistant professor of rhetoric of science at CSU, uses language to make the invisible visible. That’s a challenge when you study microbes. Read more about microbiomes and about how our perceptions bring them into being.