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Celebrate diverse cultures with interactive activities, crafts, face painting, and storytelling at the Children’s Multicultural Carnival.
The Department of Social Work’s Field Education Team works to identify social work practice-experiences that will help students grow and learn. They strive to identify placements that are mutually beneficial to the student and the agency.
Social work paves the way for change. The School of Social Work presents two diversity-related events. The speakers have engaged in social and development work in Tanzania and India.
“Hmmm… what will I do over Spring break in Fort Collins?” The staff of Colorado State University’s “Source” has done a little digging—so you won’t have to. Spring break at CSU begins Saturday, March 14 and ends Sunday, March 22.
For those interested in internationally themed careers, the possibilities are too numerous to list! To name a few: the field of international business, working with non-profits, public policy, environmental sustainability, communications, or entertainment. Come to the International Careers event to network and find out more.
The Concert Band will play a collection of classical American pieces that will capture the “spirit, struggle, strife, and reflective nature of this vast land and its people,” Conductor Erik Johnson, Ph.D., says.
This year’s finalists in the Concerto Competition are Ji Hye Chung, who began playing violin at four; Ben Justis, a percussionist working on his master’s degree in percussion performance; and Julie Park, a clarinetist and teaching assistant at CSU.
Ten years in the making, “Antarctica: A Year on Ice,” is “worthy of Oscar-buzz,” says Michael Sigman with the Huffington Post. Peter Calder, New Zealand Herald, calls it “an extraordinary achievement that reinvigorates our sense of wonder.”
What’s on the menu for the Soul Food Special at the Aspen Grille? Southern Fried catfish, pork belly mac and cheese, sweet buttered cornbread, and sides of cabbage slaw and crispy green fried tomatoes. The special menu is being prepared in recognition of CSU’s Black History Month.