CSU is one of several partners of the “True Colorado: Western Heritage, Then & Now” exhibit – part of the DEN Art and Culture program.
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Avelyn Munoz sat excitedly in her fringe cowboy boots on Tuesday morning at the National Western Stock Show. She didn’t know what to expect when she went into the arena, but she knew it was the day she would become a cowgirl.
Colorado State University students are invited to enroll in a new 3-credit service learning program at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico during the first two weeks of summer break 2017.
The planned National Western Center will change the face of Denver and establish Colorado as a nexus for food innovation and Western heritage.
The Colorado State University Todos Santos Center welcomed its first director from Mexico in December when Baja California Sur resident Dr. Aines Castro accepted a role leading the Center.
For the sixth year in a row, Colorado State University alumni and friends are invited to enjoy the CSU Marching Band in the 42nd annual 9NEWS Parade of Lights.
Family adventure programs have long been a part of the Colorado State University Mountain Campus, and now the program is heading to the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
CSU and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science today announced an agreement to work together to elevate research, enhance educational opportunities for students and the public, and highlight their academic alignment.
When College of Business Dean Beth Walker joined several professors in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur this August, she arrived unsure of what to expect, but she came away brimming with ideas.