“Preparing students for that future is not only central to our land-grant mission, it is also essential to staying relevant as an institution. This effort requires us to be agile, adaptive, and innovative.”
Author Archives: Ann Claycomb
“One of the best parts of my job is hearing about the fantastic research, learning, and engagement at CSU, and that was what happened here. We got more than 100 Inspiration Proposals!”
“This plan is the culmination of tremendous effort from our university community. It represents the collective perspectives and efforts of literally thousands of stakeholders, including our Board of Governors, our students, our alumni, and our employees.”
The CSU community is invited to a reflective and healing event on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 11 a.m. on the Lory Student Center’s west lawn.
A distinguished legal scholar with deep experience in health law and policy, international relations and intellectual property, Sam Halabi will begin his work in the OVPR in May.
President Joyce McConnell: “Planning is just something you’re doing for some future date that may never come. Transformation is really major change, change you can see and feel. That’s what I want us to commit to and what I think CSU is ready for.”
Topics will include testing protocols, the spring academic schedule, university operations, and new and ongoing COVID-19 resources for students, faculty and staff.
President Joyce McConnell announced the appointment as the University’s founding Vice President for Diversity, Mary Ontiveros, retires at the end of December.