After eight years at CSU, the College of Liberal Arts dean heads to Iowa State University as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Since 2019, the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico, has hosted an innovative Spanish and culture immersion program.
CSU Extension intern and French major Abi Somers is creating a medical guide for French-speaking residents in Fort Morgan, Colo. to improve access to healthcare.
“Deciding to put myself out there by trying new things has been one of the best decisions I made here as it opened doors to all of the amazing communities that I am now a part of and brought me all the wonderful friendships that I have today.”
Learn about the Day of the Dead in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula from Professor of Spanish by María-Inés-Canto.
College of Liberal Arts Honor Alumnus Jorge Alers (’82) shares how a political science degree shaped his law career in Latin America.
Fifty years ago, General Augusto Pinochet led a violent coup to overthrow Chile’s elected President Salvador Allende, taking Chile into 17 years of military rule. Assistant Professor of Spanish, Carmen Martin Quijada, who studies and examines literature on Dictatorial and Post-Dictatorial Chile, discussed the legacy of the coup.
Colorado State University’s Year of Democracy and Civic Engagement is kicking off its Thematic Year centered on democracy and civic engagement, with two special events on September 14.
Colorado State University Todos Santos and the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures have partnered to create a unique Spanish immersion program offered during the Fall and Spring semesters each year.
When Vincent Michel started out as a history major in 2018, he didn’t expect to be walking across the stage at commencement with four different majors behind him as he did a few weeks ago in Moby Arena. “I’d like to say there was a masterplan for adding all these [majors], but really it all […]