To the experts and enthusiasts of early North American history, Ann Little, Ph.D., is perhaps best known for her work as a CSU professor of 21 years and as an award-winning author. But to the viewers who tuned into the July 31 episode of NBC’s “Who Do You Think You Are?”, Little was the expert […]
Orsi will begin his one-year position as the State Historian and leader of History Colorado’s State Historian’s Council on Aug. 1, Colorado Day.
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
This summer, the College of Liberal Arts is excited to offer a 9-credit opportunity for undergraduate students to study the environmental humanities during Summer Session at CSU’s Mountain Campus.
On the border between Mexico and Arizona is the postage stamp-sized oasis of Quitobaquito. But while the pond itself is tiny, what it holds is immense
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.
In a 2021 monthly series, we share stories that reflect our curiosity, ability to adapt, engagement with the community, and research and creative expertise. This month, we are focusing on community engagement.