CM study abroad focuses on European perspectives of the built environment
CSU students made an impact this summer around the globe, across the country, and even close to home.
Camila Silva Monroe interned with the City of Denver in the Department of Public Health and Environment and grappled with global food production issues.
Phaelan Mead took full advantage of the opportunity to study abroad by traveling to Australia over her summer break. While in Australia, Mead interned with Me&My Wellness, and got to explore Sydney.
Three CSU students from Rwanda are working to help to help refugee children in their homeland.
Following graduation, Badawi will move to Denver to begin working on Colorado projects for Turner Construction.
Two of the journalists who played key roles in the groundbreaking Panama Papers project are coming to CSU to discuss their Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation.