Shane Snowdon, a visiting scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health, is the 2022 recipient of the CSU Libraries’ Friedman Feminist Press Grant. She will share a presentation about her research on Sept. 22.
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Welcoming, comfortable, inspiring and community-centered are words you’ll often hear to describe to hear the Morgan Library. One word won’t you won’t? Expensive.
The CSU community is invited to a public virtual talk with poet and speaker Kimberly Ming at the Womxn of Color Network 2022 Summit on June 2.
A CSU professor is the co-author of a textbook that is available for free online, and will amount to thousands of dollars of cost-saving for students per year.
CSU Libraries’ writer-in-residence will teach attendees how to build their own fictional worlds that have the potential to ignite imaginations from across the globe.
Want to learn more about a CSU alum? Here are some of the genealogical resources available in the CSU Libraries that could tell their story.
Ryan Hearty, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History of Science and Technology at Johns Hopkins University, has received the inaugural Water Scholar Award from the Colorado State University Libraries.
The grant reflects a growing movement on campus to make CSU more affordable and close equity gaps in student success through open educational resources.
With a $1,000 award, the Libraries will recognize a single CSU educator who demonstrates exemplary use of open educational resources (OER) in their classrooms or takes an active role in the creation and dissemination of open access materials.
Lee Anderson was the director of the CSU Libraries for nearly three decades, and oversaw the construction of the Morgan Library.