CM study abroad focuses on European perspectives of the built environment
Lise Youngblade, who took the reins of the College of Health and Human Sciences on Aug. 5, is energized by the state of the college — and its potential for growth and innovation.
Inspired to build better futures, construction management student Vanna Hosanny spent her summer with PCL Construction in Breckenridge, Colorado.
There was a recurring theme throughout the five-day Women in Construction Management Summer Institute: empowering young women to envision themselves doing anything they set their minds to — including working in the male-dominated construction industry.
“We changed the name because we believe the most enduring issues in education are tied to issues of equity. We strive to be a program that prepares our students to transform systems to be more inclusive.”
These Spring 2019 graduates exemplify endurance, overcoming obstacles, and excellence, making them outstanding.
The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce recently awarded scholarships to five young women, including Lucy Appel, a sophomore at CSU.
CM senior spotlight shines on De'onhdre Jackson, a first-gen student from Denver, who is excited about the future.