The Keller Faculty Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching honors economics faculty who energize their students, ignite the flame of inquiry and discovery, foster a love of learning by incorporating innovative learning techniques into the classroom and encourage students to think creatively and critically.
Stephan Weiler’s career has been devoted to developing strategies to spark economic vitality in struggling rural and urban areas through the communities’ own innovative and entrepreneurial capacities.
The Honorable Dennis Graham (B.A. Philosophy ’68) has established an esteemed professional legacy focused on integrity and service that has impacted CSU students, alumni, and law professionals alike.
How can a music performance degree prepare you for an exciting career as a SWAT officer? Just ask Danny Canete (B.A. Music, ’04), who took lessons learned through his degree in music performance to make a meaningful impact on his community and far beyond.
As a print journalist, author, screenwriter, and now as a faculty member in the Department of Journalism and Media Communications, David Freed made a meaningful impact on the field of journalism and the lives of many.
The panelists for the Great Conversations Kickoff represent three distinct disciplines of the Liberal Arts. Madeline Harvey is an assistant professor of dance; Sammy Zahran is an assistant professor of economics, and Dan Beachy-Quick is a professor of English. Each presenter opened with a statement that revealed their individual perspectives about what makes the liberal arts valuable.
Thanks to the generosity of alumni, faculty and staff, and friends, $8.4 million has been raised in support of College of Liberal Arts scholarships, impacting CSU’s $1 billion fundraising goal early, but more importantly, impacting the lives of countless students.