Gaby Ocádiz, a CSU alumna who earned a Masters degree in Music Education, shares her experience about leading a unique theater program at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico to bring together young students from Colorado and Mexico for a common goal.
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Colorado State University students and faculty host an annual bicultural children’s theater with nearly 50 students from California Baja Sur, Mexico and Colorado, aged 7-12. The program represents educational and cultural exchange between Mexico and the United States and created opportunities for learning, creativity, and confidence building.
Deadline for giving to nonprofits through Colorado Combined Campaign extended through Jan. 13.
Three faculty and five students visited the Colorado State University Todos Santos Center in Baja Sur California, for a six-day trip to share ideas, experiences, and challenges surrounding sustainable agriculture.
New initiatives provide opportunities for faculty innovation around important global issues.
Sustainability is a fiber woven into Colorado State University’s academic and student experiences, research, operations and outreach, all across campus and throughout its satellite campuses and Extension offices.