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Celebrate! Colorado State award winners for 2017

Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.

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Bridging political divides through authentic engagement, storytelling

Are you concerned about the level of animosity and division in our public discourse?

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Undergraduate Women in Economics conference started by CSU student

Lauren Bouman brings gender inequities in her chosen field to national audience.

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‘Borders and Borderlands’ symposium set for April 20

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program at CSU will present an interdisciplinary symposium on “Borders and Borderlands: Culture, Society, and Economics during Changing Times” on Thursday, April 20, in the Morgan Library Event Hall.

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A trio comes together, bringing Fort Collins a local and cultural touch

The Graduate Piano Trio was formed at CSU in fall 2016, bringing together some of the many remarkably talented musicians at Colorado State.

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Fort Morgan students see themselves in alums’ virtual-reality documentary

Three alumni from CSU’s College of Liberal Arts have made a 3-D, 360-degree, virtual-reality documentary about the work of Ethnic Studies Associate Professor Eric Ishiwata and his students in the eastern Colorado town of Fort Morgan.

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Megan Shaw jigs all the way to Dublin – and the Worlds

If Megan Shaw looks like she has a little jig in her step this spring, it’s because she does.

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ACT Human Rights Film Festival announces Harry Belafonte at presentation of ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

The ACT Human Rights Film Festival, produced by CSU’s Department of Communication Studies, announced today its guest for the festival’s closing night screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary I Am Not Your Negro on Friday, April 21: singer, actor and activist Harry Belafonte.

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CSU Jazz Ensembles welcome a Grammy nominee April 13

New Orleans is said to be the birthplace of jazz nearly 100 years ago, and for those who have never had the chance to make it to New Orleans and experience its origins, the Jazz Ensembles concert on April 13 at the University Center for the Arts is a great opportunity.

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