A Great Museum for a Great University

The Association of Academic Museums and Galleries believes that “great universities have great museums.” Colorado State University fits the bill for both. With the newly renovated and named Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, the University and Fort Collins communities have a place to see and interact with a variety of collections of fine art. From African […]

Overcoming Divisiveness

As appearing in AlumLine No one at Colorado State University is more committed to interfaith dialogue among students than Elizabeth Sink (M.A. ’06), special senior teaching instructor in the Department of Communication Studies. As a 10-year veteran in teaching public speaking and a variety of other communication studies courses, Sink says she is attracted to […]

Student receives archaeological training in Belize

Anthropology senior Jesse Bain had the opportunity to participate in the Rio Bravo Archaeological Survey in Belize with the aid of the Amanda Jones Field Study Abroad Award. He shares his experiences and plans for future exploration.  The Rio Bravo Archaeological Survey (RBAS), which operates in Belize under a permit issued from the Institute of […]

New York professor named Holmes Rolston Chair in Environmental Ethics

By Jeff Dodge, as appearing in SOURCE   Kenneth Shockley, associate professor of philosophy and academic director of the Sustainability Academy at the University at Buffalo-SUNY, will be the first to occupy the Holmes Rolston Endowed Chair in Environmental Ethics at CSU. His work at CSU will focus on the interdependence of environmental values and […]