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The LEAP Institute for the Arts welcomes Visiting Scholar Dr. Gesa Birnkraut from Germany who will be in residence at CSU until January 4, 2016. Gesa came to the U.S. to study arts entrepreneurship. Dr. Birnkraut is a professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück where she teaches in a Master’s program for […]
Art and Art History & Arts Leadership and Administration graduate students were given a unique task this fall: to organize a local exhibit showcasing their work over the summer in Africa. “CSU Meets Africa: The Exhibit” displays the results of the study abroad program’s trip to the QwaQwa region in South Africa. On display will […]
By Rachael Johnson, as appearing in SOURCE High Park. Waldo Canyon. Black Forest. These fires elicit strong emotions in Colorado residents. As the state eases out of an unseasonably warm and dry late summer and fall, the western United States is still grappling with an incredibly destructive wildfire season. The last decade has seen fires […]
By Erin Pittman, as appearing in SOURCE Arts leadership students within CSU’s LEAP Institute for the Arts have teamed up to bring a “Nerdy Derby” to Northern Colorado. The Nerdy Derby is taking place Oct. 9-11 at the NoCo Mini Maker Faire at the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology in Loveland. The NoCo […]
Colorado State University’s LEAP Institute for the Arts will be expanding its Master’s in Arts Leadership & Administration course offerings to the Denver region beginning in Spring 2016. “We have received a lot of interest from the Denver area about our arts leadership program,” says LEAP Director Constance DeVereaux. “There is a growing need for […]
The campus-wide career fair is taking place Tuesday-Wednesday, September 22nd-23rd, from 10:30a-3:30p. It will be held in the Lory Student Center Ballroom. The Wednesday, September 23rd fair will focus on career opportunities in Communications, Business, Social Services, Liberal Arts, Hospitality/Tourism, Health and Wellness. Companies & organizations will be on campus to discuss full-time, part-time, internship, […]
By Rachael Johnson, SOURCE Summarizing the long and successful career of a decidedly humble leader can seem like a daunting task – that is, until speaking to the people who have come to know and love her. College of Liberal Arts Dean Ann Gill recently announced her retirement, effective July 1, 2016, after nearly 36 […]
By Jeff Dodge, SOURCE Women’s studies has taken another step forward in its long, often challenging journey at CSU: It now has a full-time director to lead the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research. The program, which began in the early 1970s, was operated out of the Women and Gender Advocacy Center (formerly Women’s […]
Dr. Bernard Rollin examines the ethics of euthanizing pets.