Tag "Office of Engagement"
Last fall 45 instructors and 962 students put Canvas, the University’s new learning management system, to the test. After a semester of use, both instructor and student feedback on the Canvas experience was overwhelmingly positive. The goal of the pilotRead More
Colorado State University recently launched an online Master of Arts Leadership and Administration to provide professionals in all arts disciplines with the knowledge and acumen they need to serve as visionary leaders in their field.Read More
Dean Singleton is best known for being the longtime publisher of the Denver Post, but it was his involvement in 4-H that recently earned him accolades from CSU.
Singleton was inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame on January 24.
The complexities of growing fresh and flavorful produce led to a collaborative project and the creation of the Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association (CFVGA). A conference for growers facing common and sometimes complex issues will be held Feb. 25 in Denver.
A conference for those interested in these topics will be held Feb. 25 in Denver.Read More
The Cache la Poudre River, which flows from the mountains west of Fort Collins to plains east of Greeley, is at the heart of countless activities: from irrigating crops and lawns to providing drinking water to hosting numerous recreational sports.Read More
Colorado State University’s Bryan Dik, an associate professor of Psychology, shares how to plan your career by finding – and living – your calling.Read More
CSU has been reclassified as a community engaged university by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.Read More