Susan C. Faircloth, an enrolled member of the Coharie Tribe of North Carolina and professor of education at CSU, explains the history of Indigenous Peoples Day and what it means to American education.
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When Josie Fouts graduated from CSU in 2016, she left with more than a master’s degree in food science and nutrition. She kindled a passion for the great outdoors that would eventually lead to an attempt to make the Paralympic Games, which started this week.
Yufna Soldier Wolf will share her experience successfully repatriating three Northern Arapaho children from the Carlisle Indian School, the United States’ oldest and largest residential school.
During the 1960s the United States witnessed a meteoric rise in the popularity of outdoor recreation pursuits such as backpacking, mountaineering, and winter sports. However, these “performance products” were highly expensive, allowing Dale Johnson to recognize a niche in the market and provide outdoor gear at an accessible price point.
The CSU Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising is very pleased to announce the Fall 2021 formation of its inaugural Advisory Council to help provide guidance, support, and assistance to the museum in fulfilling its mission on behalf of CSU.
Danny Harmon contributes his success at CSU to many valuable university resources including the New Start for Student Veterans program.
When Cairn Terrier Lucy came into Cathy Cardon’s life, she knew almost immediately that Lucy’s smart, sweet, and engaging personality were gifts she wanted to share with others. Read about their journey to becoming a HABIC team.
Associate Professor Sonali Diddi from the Department of Design and Merchandising is among the recently named University Leadership Fellows.