The Parks as Portals to Learning Program uses repeat photography to help Rocky Mountain National Park staff assess resource management.
Howkins lead students through the cloud forest of Monteverde to a cooking school in Rome.
Jordan, Orsi, and Payne receive recognition for excellence in teaching
History alumna, Elizabeth Bruns, and History senior, Jefferson Abbey, have both received scholarships to pursue master’s degrees outside the U.S.
CSU history graduate student, Ariel Schnee, won “Best in Show for Creative Works” and came in second place in the overall competition at CSU’s 2017 Demo Day.
CSU History Undergraduate uses an assignment in HIST 479 to apply for and get a “Public Programs” internship at the National Museum of American History
History students at CSU celebrate the cultures of the borderlands with an interactive story map for the El Chamizal National Monument.
Kurt Knierem chosen to serve on the Colorado Academic Standards Review and Revision Committee, helping prepare Colorado’s High School students for the college classroom
“By following Esther Wheelwright’s life, we get to see it all – warfare, politics, diplomacy, and even accusations of espionage.” Professor Ann Little describes her new book on early American history, called The Many Captivities of Esther Wheelwright
Lisa Schnirel earned her undergraduate degree in Social Studies Teaching and her Master’s in History from CSU. She is a social studies teacher at STEM School and Academy in Denver. She attended the American Historical Association’s annual conference in Denver. It has almost been two years since I graduated with my master’s degree in […]