Winners of the nationally competitive award will be announced April 22.
Organizers of a program that brings individuals with dementia and their caregivers to Fort Collins Symphony concerts have created a crowdfunding campaign to help pay for a Colorado State University study of its impact on the participants.
Colorado State University and the Fort Collins Lincoln Center are hosting a performance by world-class violinist Paul Huang on March 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Center for the Arts Organ Recital Hall.
Undergraduate researchers are invited to compete for prizes at Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity, April 18.
Six CSU students and a professor from the Department of Journalism and Media Communications were recognized in January by the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) for their documentary productions.
Researchers from various disciplines have joined an official partnership to support Rwanda’s transformation from an agrarian economy to one buoyed by strategic deployment of science and technology infrastructure.
On Wednesday, March 9, Edward Schiappa, professor and head of Comparative Media Studies/Writing in MIT’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences, presents the 2016 Gravlee Lecture, “2015 as America’s Transgender Moment: The Role of Media Representation,” at 6 p.m. in the Lory Student Center, Ballroom A.
CSU's Department of Music, Theatre and Dance is hosting a night of remembrance, highlighting the concert choir and concert orchestra's performance of Anne Frank: A Living Voice by Linda Tutas Haugen, and Paul Hindemith’s Trauermusik.
Myron Rolle, a football standout who became a Rhodes Scholar, is speaking Thursday at the annual Athletics Diversity Summit at Moby Arena.
On Thursday, March 3, the Public Lands History Center presents a spring American West Program event in which CSU Associate Professor Adrian Howkins will be discussing his new novel The Polar Regions: An Environmental History.