Scrimmage looks at the game from every angle, through Dec. 18.
Center finds home in Ethnic Studies department, hires full-time director, plans for undergraduate major.
A couple of weeks before Hurricane Katrina hit on Aug. 29, 2005, sociologists Lori Peek and Alice Fothergill were talking about doing a joint research project on the subject they studied together in graduate school and had worked on independently since then: social vulnerability in disaster.
CSU experts are available to discuss a variety of topics related to the mine waste spill that has impacted the Animas River in southwestern Colorado.
The CSU and greater Fort Collins communities came together Wednesday for the annual Community Open House and Ice Cream Social.
While most 20-somethings grew up picturing Africa through the eyes of Simba, Timon and Pumba, 12 students from CSU experienced “the real Africa” on a three-week service-learning trip to Livingstone, Zambia this summer.
A Colorado State University faculty member has received fellowship and grant money to study learning in a couple of unorthodox settings: role-playing games and teacher professional development that employs game design.
Researchers at Colorado State University’s Center for Disaster and Risk Analysis played a key role in a landmark national study issued this week on the lingering effects of Superstorm Sandy, which struck the northeast coast of the U.S. in October 2012.
Dan Beachy-Quick, the first Colorado State University faculty member in the humanities to receive a Monfort Professorship, is using a portion of the funding to host a symposium this summer to explore how the arts can inform solutions to the great challenges of our day.
For the second time in five years, Colorado State University’s Center for Public Deliberation (CPD) hosted a four-day workshop for more than 30 U.S. and international participants involved in the Kettering Foundation’s “Centers for Public Life” learning exchange.