The Division of University Communications has collected another round of awards this spring in the areas of design, videography and social media.
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Faculty leaders at Colorado State University have issued a statement of support for the students who have raised concerns about equity, diversity and inclusion at the university.
When the move to online instruction occurred, the ATRC quickly retooled to provide the same level of assessment, training and support in a remote fashion.
This isn’t the first time Colorado State University has been faced with overcoming significant adversity linked to events on a global scale in its 150 years.
A new free app developed by a Colorado State University alumnus has been added to the online student success tool YOU@CSU to help students stay socially connected during this period of remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Many faculty across the country have been scrambling to move their courses online in recent weeks, in light of the coronavirus pandemic. And it’s been uncharted territory for instructors who have never taught an online class.
A 1919 football game. The Old Main Fire. Any Warhol’s visit to Fort Collins. The 1997 flood. Take a look back at the stories captured on film during CSU’s first 150 years.
When CSU lost its first academic building to fire on May 8, 1970, it had been a tumultuous week, to say the least.
Colorado State University has received 10 awards — including eight Golds — from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education for its communications efforts.