Colorado State University’s Feminist Fight Club kicked off this year’s Diversity Symposium week with a panel discussion on culture change and a focus on the role men can play to advance gender equity on campus. The event marks the one year anniversary of Feminist Fight Club at CSU, one of the projects spearheaded by the Women & Gender Collaborative.
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The Administrative Professional Council, Classified Personnel Council and Faculty Council are hosting an employee forum on Wednesday, April 25, to present the findings of the Employee Voice Survey and Councils’ recommendations to the University.
Laura Jensen, who has served at Colorado State University since 2008 in several key roles, has been named Vice Provost for Planning and Effectiveness.
What constitutes protected free speech on campus, and when does it cross the line into unprotected forms of expression?
Colorado State University is making progress on closing salary gaps by gender and minority status for tenured and tenure-track faculty, according to the latest study in the university’s ongoing review of salary equity.
Colorado State University is seeking community input regarding redevelopment of the Hughes Stadium property at a public open house on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the Drake Centre in Fort Collins.
The Women & Gender Collaborative is launching a fall series designed to encourage open dialogue and awareness of the role gender identity plays in how we see and experience the world around us.
The Women and Gender Collaborative is providing a two-year grant for a faculty-student mentoring program designed to encourage women to pursue advanced STEM careers and follow a path to become future leaders in their disciplines.
Share the feels of new Rams and their families – pride, excitement, anxiety, and tears of both joy and the anticipation of separation – as classes start.
The message was big, bold and clear: Your Success is CSU’s success. The Office of the Provost sponsored an end-of-the semester event on the plaza to celebrate students as they prepare for what’s next on their journey to academic success. The “State of What’s Next” event included photo opportunities with Cam the Ram mascot.