To say the world today is interconnected is a cliché.
We asked philosopher Holmes Rolston III, CSU’s longest-serving University Distinguished Professor, about his thoughts on the coronovirus pandemic.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledges the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers for 2020.
Some may assume that dealing with the “wicked problems” of our age, like climate change or world hunger, only requires technical solutions from hard sciences like engineering.
Shayne Weber, a first-generation transfer student, faced many challenges getting to graduation with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from CSU.
The Internet has changed the landscape in which we, as humans, relate, and ethicists need to keep pace. With increases in anxiety and depression, the creation of echo chambers of information, and access to tele-medicine for rural communities, bioethicists like Dr. Moti Gorin are now looking at how online technologies affect human health and well-being.
Some might consider Stephen Brackett a superman of sorts: activist, educator, and hip hop artist. Since graduation from CSU in 2006, Brackett works at the intersection of education, activism and advocacy, and music.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledged the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers within the College at annual award ceremony.