Kimberly Bartlett has lived, worked, and studied in England, China, New York, Colorado, and Mexico. Having always had an interest in interior design, she decided to attend CSU for her second bachelor’s degree. Read more about this outstanding graduate.
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Join us for a lecture by Janina Alexander, a retired educator and Avenir Museum docent who had the idea to do the ORANGE exhibition.
Vicky Buchan, professor emerita in the CSU School of Social Work, has created a scholarship specifically to assist students who are pursuing a Ph.D.
Addison Huck is earning his B.S. in health and exercise science with a concentration in health promotion and is graduating in May. Huck was selected for the Outstanding Senior Award in the College of Health in Human Sciences.
The annual CSU Fashion Show showcased 24 senior designers’ collections and 30 designs by students in the Draping Class. Four awards were handed out to recognize the most exemplary work produced for the fashion show. Learn more about the awardees.
The Hospitality Management program will host the Winemaster Dinner on May 1 featuring wine and cuisine of Argentina.
Ann Masten will give the inaugural MacPhee Forum lecture on “Resilience in Development: Translating Science into Action” at 4 p.m. on April 19, in room 131 of the Behavioral Sciences Building.
Staff members of the Aspen Grille have planned a special menu to honor Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American History Month on Thursday, April 5, and Friday, April 6.
Sergio A. Ortiz graduated from Colorado State University in 2009 with his B.S. in construction management and a minor in business administration. He has worked in Colorado for nearly ten years with the Neenan Company, based out of Fort Collins.
Interior design Professor Katherine Leigh was excited about the opportunity to collaborate with the CSU campus in Todos Santos, Mexico. A total of seven students from the interior design program traveled with the INTD 400 class for the service-learning project.