Resources for talking about race, racism, and racialized violence with kids.
As many are aware, we all continue to witness tragic acts of violence take the lives of our brothers and sisters across communities of this nation amid a pandemic that indiscriminately does the same in every corner of our hometowns and across the globe.
I am usually the optimistic one. The glass not just half full but almost always, full. If you have a negative, I am the person who can find the positive.
Serendipity, the phenomenon of finding good things when you’re not looking for them, derives from an Arabian fable.
I started at CSU as a student in 1969. Like many of my peers at the time, I actively engaged in anti-war demonstrations that were taking place on college campuses throughout the country.
Sonali Diddi has recently been awarded two grants to investigate and address the environmental impacts and other problems surrounding the fashion industry.
The concepts of diversity and inclusion are essential in an equitable society, but as Dr. Chrissy Chard has learned, it is not a milestone that can be achieved but rather a goal that you must recommit yourself to every day.
The CSU College of Health and Human Sciences is proud to feature these exceptional graduates for Spring 2020. Read more about them in their stories!
Seven Dr. Laurie F. Michaels Scholars are graduating from Colorado State University this spring.
Outstanding grads from the Colorado State University Los Caminos program, housed in the School of Education, reflect on their time at CSU, the importance of mentorship/femtorship, and receive messages of encouragement from their leadership team.