“It’s fun teaching seniors, and knowing that they’re going to be able to go out and use what they’re learning right away.”
Daily Archives: February 13, 2017
To ensure that her graduates would leave CSU with a full grasp of this important skill, Reilly decided to take action. She designed an additional credit hour to enhance the existing Intermediate Accounting course with detailed Excel instruction.
What does comedic improvisation have to do with everyday business skills? A fun-seeking, business-focused group of students found out earlier this year.
Case competitions give College of Business students a chance to enhance and demonstrate their skills in analyzing rigorous business challenges.
Kelley Quirk is an assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Central Michigan University, and received her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Louisville. Learn more about what brought her to CSU and how she got into counseling psychology.
Would you take a brisk run in your local park if you thought it could be dangerous? Would close ties with your neighbors make you feel safe?
Founders Day at the state Capitol is not just an opportunity for legislators to have breakfast with top CSU officials like President Tony Frank. It’s also a chance for them to mingle with a group of young people in a program unlike any other in the state: CSU students who serve as legislative interns.