Ready Primate One: Role-playing video game levels up biological anthropology

Ready Primate One Joshua Zaffos Video gaming may be a diversion from research and coursework for some, but Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Alex Pelissero is another species, so to speak. Pelissero recently published a video-game review in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, offering his well-qualified commentary on Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey. Ancestors is a third-person […]

Guatemala climate scientists look to tree rings for answers at CSU 

Guatemala climate scientists look to tree rings for answers at CSU  Joshua Zaffos  This October, four researchers and technical scientists from INSIVUMEH Guatemala, the country’s meteorological service, spent a week in the Colorado State University Biogeography Lab counting the rings from cored samples of Caribbean pine trees through the lenses of stereo microscopes. The weeklong […]

Best and Brightest Management Fellow: Emily Myler

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 […]

Ethnic Studies classes uncover Indigenous history through Blanket Exercise rendition

Ethnic Studies classes uncover Indigenous history through Blanket Exercise rendition Joshua Zaffos  In a large room inside the Lory Student Center, Colorado State University students each hold a colored index card and stand on an array of blankets placed on the floor. The blankets represent Turtle Island,  the Indigenous conception of North America as it once was.    During the following joint class between Native American Cultural Experience (ETST 240), […]

Hatton Gallery to host ‘Holding Space’ mural unveiling, talk by Rose Jaffe on Sept. 30

“We are the next generation of voices. We are the future, we are change, we are hope, we are power and intelligence. We came into this program as strangers, and we will leave it not only as friends, but accomplished artists.” – Participants in the 2018 Social Justice Thru the Arts experience The Hatton Gallery […]

2021 All-State Instructional Videos Now Posted

For a seventh year, the music faculty at Colorado State University brings you All-State Instructional Videos to help prepare your High School student instrumentalists for their upcoming auditions. Dedicated to its land-grant heritage, the music faculty at CSU are committed to promoting music and pedagogy of the highest quality, serving music education through actions that […]

CSU Music Education faculty and students selected to present at national conference

Dr. Bonnie Jacobi, associate professor of Music Education, is co-presenting a session at the National Conference of the American Eurhythmics Society on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021. The session will be co-presented with three senior-year B.M. Music Education students: John Andretsos, Cass Brandriff, and Jake Elam. The title of the session is: “Show Me the Music!” […]

Alumni News: Angelo Sapienza receives 2021 Outstanding Young Music Educator Award

In January 2021, the Colorado Music Educators Association named Colorado State University alum Angelo Sapienza as the recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Young Music Educator Award. Angelo Sapienza is the director of bands at Doherty High School where he conducts the Concert Band, Wind Symphony, Percussion Ensemble, Jazz Band, and Pit Orchestra. He also teaches the […]