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 […]
By Jeff Dodge, originally published on SOURCE In the field of graphic design, Colorado State University is best known around the world as the home of the Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition. Held every two years, the CIIPE returns to various venues on campus Sept. 20 through Nov. 1 for its 21st edition. The show […]
A recent graduate of Colorado State University and her faculty mentor played a key role in creating an exhibition of female African artists that has moved from CSU’s Gregory Allicar Museum of Art to a museum in South Africa.
Erika Osborne has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue an art project in the southern Baja California Peninsula of Mexico in fall 2019. Osborne proposed a project to examine the forests of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountain Range.
On April 29, four CSU students were recognized at a ceremony at History Colorado for their selection to the Colorado Department of Higher Education’s Future Educator Honor Roll.
This year, six Colorado State University alumni from the Department of Art and Art History had their artwork featured in the Art of the State 2019 juried exhibition at the Arvada Center, which aims to feature the art of critically acclaimed Colorado artists.
In Saxon Martinez’s community college ceramics course, students molded premade clay on pottery wheels powered by electric motors and finished their creations with premixed glazes.
When Chelsea Stockton graduated from CSU in 2012 with a double-major in journalism and media communications as well as photography, she knew that photography was at the forefront of what she wanted to do with her professional career.
One might not expect faculty from the English and art departments to team-teach a course on energy, but that’s exactly what’s been happening this semester in a new College of Liberal Arts seminar at Colorado State University.