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 […]
English Professor Camille Dungy is one of 16 writers asked to dissect consequential moments in African American history through poems and stories in The New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project.
Story by Amanda Martinek. Originally posted on SOURCE. This summer, six Colorado State University undergraduate students from various disciplines – English education, engineering and economics – sought to understand how transitioning to renewable energy is as much a question about culture as it is about technology. They participated in the CSU Energy Institute’s first education […]
The College of Liberal Arts is celebrating the accomplishments of our professors as they become University Distinguished Faculty. Three professors have recently accepted 2019 University awards ranking their performance among the highest and most outstanding that Colorado State University has to offer.
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.
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.
Each week, Pulitzer Prize-winner and former U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove selects a single poem to feature in the Sunday issue of the New York Times Magazine. For the Aug. 12 edition, the magazine’s poetry editor chose “Still Life” by Colorado State University English Professor Camille Dungy.
Each summer, we celebrate the scholarly and adventurous ways College of Liberal Arts students spend their summer break. Between internships, education abroad, and volunteering, our students are using their time away from campus to enrich their college experience.
CSU faculty and alumni won in four of the 14 categories for the 2018 Colorado Book Awards.
A Colorado State University center that gives students real-world experience in the publishing industry has received an infusion of funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.