SOURCE traveled to West Virginia to talk with CSU's next president.
Colorado State University stands with the families, students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the STEM School and the community of Highlands Ranch, who are in our hearts.
Acts of orchestrated terror and violence against any people are an attack on all people — an attack on human decency, faith, and the notions of respect, integrity, and inclusion that undergird the foundations of our university and society.
Joyce McConnell was so impressed with CSU that she agreed to become its 15th president without having visited campus.
The President's Council on Culture provides leadership, oversight, awareness, and accountability to efforts to evolve the University’s culture so that it is more equitable, inclusive, and representative of the world and populations CSU serves.
The Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System voted unanimously to hire Joyce E. McConnell to lead the System’s flagship institution into its 150th year, building on a decade that has seen record levels of enrollment, donor and alumni support and research funding, along with the dramatic transformation of campus, physically and in terms of state and national reputation.
In a nation founded upon the principle of freedom of religious belief, attacks against those who exercise their right to worship – wherever they occur - should be seen as an attack against every fiber of who we believe ourselves to be.
Joyce McConnell, provost and vice president for academic affairs at West Virginia University, has been named as the finalist to become the 15th president of Colorado State University.