On the final day of the Symposium for Inclusive Excellence last month, MURALS hosted A Glimpse of MURALS in the Lory Student Center Theatre.
The CSU Summer Extension Internship program gives students the opportunity to take their research and expertise into the field to help communities across Colorado.
Riley Lynch, CSU watershed science alumna and anthropology graduate student worked with the Colorado Stormwater Center during her CSU Extension internship where she managed communications with over 300 applicants and the 20 selected program participants of the Rain Garden Pilot Program. She also co-taught the three-hour Certified Rain Garden Installer Course, sourced nearly 600 native plants, and led multiple rain garden installations with groups of youth and adult volunteers.
Axel Sandoval Bravo, interdisciplinary liberal arts student, and geography professor Carrie Chennault, head to southwest Denver to record the stories of longtime residents experiencing redevelopment and gentrification in their neighborhoods as part of an effort to engage in community building via CSU Extension.
Researchers at Colorado State University’s Geospatial Centroid and the Department of Anthropology and Geography will spend the next year mapping the environmental injustices that occur at hundreds of prisons across the United States.
Galvin Wins University Distinguished Professor Award Award recognizes 30-plus-year career integrating anthropology and conservation and serving CSU May 23, 2022 Josh Zaffos A pioneer in interdisciplinary anthropological research, Dr. Kathleen Galvin has been recognized as a University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University. Galvin, who has been faculty since 1994 and received her Anthropology bachelor’s […]
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledges the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers for 2022.
CSU Professor Emeritus Kate Browne recruited anthropology graduate students Joshua Bauer and Shadi Azadegan (M.A. ’21) for a FEMA-funded project focused on reducing barriers and misperceptions surrounding COVID vaccines in marginalized communities.
The C.B. Moore Award annually recognizes a preeminent young scholar in the field of Southeastern United States archaeology.