Michael Carolan is kind of a big deal in New Zealand.
Several members of the College of Liberal Arts recently won awards from the Fulbright Program.
It may seem like common sense that rich parents spend more money on their children than poor parents do. A new study co-authored by a Colorado State University faculty member shows that this financial gap is widening due to rising income inequality.
This team was one of five selected for grants from a Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research program called Tipping Points.
Engaged scholarship is one way that faculty and students in the College of Liberal Arts are collaborating with communities to co-create knowledge and to have significant impact. We believe that our disciplines will be key in addressing crucial issues and enhancing the quality of life of the diverse people of Colorado, the nation, and the world.
Diversity of food is about more than how many different vegetables and fruits you can fit on your plate. In an interdisciplinary collaboration, CSU faculty are researching the linkage between rural and urban communities and how those diverse worlds impact the food on your dinner table.
A group of CSU faculty studying the effect that engaging environments have on the brains of aging adults and people with dementia has received a prestigious grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to continue its work.