Maite Correa brings years of international experience to new position at INTO CSU.
International students gathered to participate in the pregame activities football and learn about how American football is played.
Kathleen Fairfax, a veteran in the field of international education, is the new Vice Provost for International Affairs.
Hernández Trejo will speak about the natural tourist attractions and economic activities of Mexico’s southern Baja Peninsula on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 5-6 p.m., in Rockwell Hall West’s Bohemian Auditorium.
CSU is offering families an opportunity to experience Mexico in the Todos Santos and La Paz regions of Baja California Sur.
CSU's international students got a lesson in college football and its traditions while celebrating the 10th anniversary of Football 101.
Ambassador Ryan Crocker will explore America’s ever-changing relationship with the Middle East on Oct. 9 at 4 p.m. in the North Ballroom of the Lory Student Center.
The Honors Program at Colorado State Unversity sends students in the Department of English to study Shakespeare at the renowned Oxford University. Senior Rachel Surratt learned to navigate the streets of Oxford, England, and learn about the history of the streets where Shakespeare himself once walked.
Nontraditional ethnic studies student, Anna Wiig, received the prestigious Gilman International Scholarship -- a grant program that gave her the opportunity to study abroad for an entire semester in Peru. She focused on cultural and social dynamics, like race, immigration, and sustainability, while increasing her Spanish language abilities during her semester.