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Tag "Department of Ethnic Studies"

‘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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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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School of Global Environmental Sustainability announces Global Challenges Research Teams, Resident Fellow Awards

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability has selected four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Research Fellows.

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Research scientist Gillian Bowser lauded for commitment to diversity in science

Gillian Bowser will receive the Commitment to Human Diversity in Ecology Award from the Ecological Society of America.

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Irene Vernon leaving a lasting legacy for women, ethnic studies

When Irene Vernon was a baby, her mother looked out the kitchen window at her husband and sons working in the field and said to herself that she didn’t want her family to spend the rest of their lives doing that.

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Fort Morgan teachers benefit from CSU students’ insight at diversity workshop

Two CSU students recently applied what they’ve learned in the classroom to a diverse rural school district where they helped boost multicultural awareness among teachers.

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CSU hosts discussion on the National Park experience for people of color

The National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday this year, and on Thursday a group of panelists at Colorado State University will take a hard look at the way people of color have experienced the National Parks.

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CSU student aids elephants in Thailand

Colorado State University student Marissa Mullen had the opportunity to work with elephants in Thailand from May 14 to June 4.

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Minority Health Summit at CSU to address health equity in Colorado

In recognition of National Minority Health Month, the Colorado School of Public Health will host a Minority Health Summit on April 29 at Colorado State University.

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A bridge to college: Fort Morgan students explore CSU

About 35 students from Fort Morgan High School visited CSU on April 6 in a growing partnership that a faculty member and his students in the Department of Ethnic Studies have formed with that community.

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