The Mountain West has cleared the way for CSU to being the football season Oct. 24.
Harvey brought the idea for a cost-effective portable PVC ballet barre to Workman who said it was “a no-brainer” for the University Center for the Arts’ scene shop to produce the kits. “Whenever there is an opportunity to help the education of our students, it is all hands-on deck,” he said, explaining how work study and practicum students rolled up their sleeves to help their fellow students.
Grants will support developing or enhancing coursework for interdisciplinary sustainability.
The Department of Human Development and Family studies is now offering students who serve as mentors in the program the possibility to earn a certificate in youth mentoring. The certificate is an opportunity for students to make a change in the lives of adolescents while gaining valuable professional skills.
Read the stories of Colorado State University amidst the COVID-19 crisis — the faculty, the researchers, the staff, employees and of course the students who are championing the University's rallying cry: "Together. We Continue."
In forthcoming research in The Journal of Business Ethics, Rob Mitchell, associate professor of management at CSU’s College of Business, and his coauthors argue that leaders who fail to appropriately confront knowledge problems by engaging their stakeholders aren’t just closing themselves off from new ideas. They’re potentially being unethical and leaving their organizations worse off.
CSU experts are available to members of the media to discuss Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy and the politics of filling a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court close to a presidential election.
Janis Rouff raised her grandchild and with the help of the GRANDcares she has learned invaluable coping skills.
University Distinguished Teaching Scholar Branislav Notaros has been selected to serve as president of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, or ACES.