This past semester, I interned at CSU’s Public Lands History Center and had the opportunity to learn more about environmental history and public history. As an intern, I wrote two blog posts for the PLHC’s website, one on the history of water management in Las Vegas and another on how popular literature about the outdoors […]
My name is Lauren Hennessey, and I am a third-year student at CSU majoring in history. I had the wonderful opportunity to intern at the Public Lands History Center in Spring 2022 and work alongside the Center’s program manager, Ariel Schnee, Director, Dr. Jared Orsi, and a team of graduate students. This was my first […]
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
Frank Boring is seen here outside of the CSU History Main Office holding his 2021 Telly Award for his documentary “The Great Experiment: Colorado State University 150 Year History” made through CSI Films On PBS. Frank collaborated with History faculty, Dr. Jared Orsi and undergraduate student, Charlie Dreyer to create this documentary, highlighting the history […]
Dan Tyler, retired professor of history, is using his good fortune to help students in the College of Liberal Arts make ends meet during the pandemic.
The Parks as Portals to Learning Program uses repeat photography to help Rocky Mountain National Park staff assess resource management.
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 Undergraduate uses an assignment in HIST 479 to apply for and get a “Public Programs” internship at the National Museum of American History
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