CSU Professor and early North American history expert Ann Little spoke with The Audit about America’s history of witch trials and how society may not have come as far since that era as people think.
Two history majors get archival research experience during their summer CSU Extension internships: Tobin Gold documents the agricultural history of the Sterling Irrigation Company and Aubree Vecellio helps with geolocation and visualizing historic images of the Colorado River Compact.
Riley Lynch, CSU watershed science alumna and anthropology graduate student worked with the Colorado Stormwater Center during her CSU Extension internship where she managed communications with over 300 applicants and the 20 selected program participants of the Rain Garden Pilot Program. She also co-taught the three-hour Certified Rain Garden Installer Course, sourced nearly 600 native plants, and led multiple rain garden installations with groups of youth and adult volunteers.
A team of Colorado State University researchers will spend the next academic year interviewing 200 students and recent alumni to obtain first-hand accounts of what it was like to be in college during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Jackson Hunter has served as the president of the Liberal Arts Dean’s Leadership Council and competed in the 2022 World Championships for Irish Dance while earning his two degrees in political science and history.
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
The 14th century is known for catastrophe.
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.
CSU Libraries is helping to connect history students with the research materials they need to succeed in tough classes.