Tag "College of Liberal Arts"

Chinese scholars and policymakers visit campus and statewide Extension locations

Three scholars and policymakers from a leading Chinese university visited the Colorado State University campus, Extension locations in the Denver metropolitan area and in the Western slope, and Morgan County’s Quail Ridge Dairy. They are learning about CSU Extension programs–their

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Archaeology Field School provides lessons in discovery

CSU students get valuable hands-on archaeological experience at the field school.

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Media Tip Sheet: Wildfire, air quality, emergency preparedness experts at CSU available to discuss current issues, topics

Note to Editors: As Colorado and the nation’s wildfire season continues, CSU is providing the following list of experts who can address a variety of information about wildfires, air quality, and emergency preparedness. Below are CSU experts whose work is most Read More

Odyssiad Festival: Piano performances of a lifetime

This summer, a one-of-a-kind, international piano competition and festival is in its sixth year at Colorado State University, giving the public a rare opportunity to hear gifted pianists from around the world.

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CSU’s ‘accidental museum director’ stepping down

Linny Frickman, director of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, is retiring after 29 years of shaping visual arts at CSU.

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CSU teacher and ultra-marathoner running for her son

Melissa Raguet-Schofield hoping to bring awareness to dyslexia – and a way to deal with it – by running 43 hard miles.

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Can you dig it? Archaeological site tours open to the public

Come join the fun at an upcoming archaeological dig site tour.

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Incoming CSU student, Marine veteran competes on American Ninja Warrior

Before Dustin Fishman comes to Colorado State University in the fall, he will be one of the featured contestants on TV’s American Ninja Warrior, starting June 26.

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CSU celebrates African beer vessel collection, special Maxline brew June 29

To help celebrate a newly arrived collection of African beer vessels, Colorado State University students not only contributed to a museum exhibition but also designed the label for a special Maxline brew that will be served at a June 29 reception honoring the collection.

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English Professor Camille Dungy releases collection of literary essays

CSU Professor of English Camille Dungy, an award-winning author of four full-length poetry collections and the editor of three poetry anthologies, released her first collection of literary essays, Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys into Race, Motherhood, and History, on June 13.

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