Flowers in front of Clark Building

News of Note: March and April

Genesea Carter facilitated a half-day workshop with Kelly Bradbury and other cross-institutional colleagues at the March 2019 Conference on College Composition and Communication titled “Responding to Anti-Intellectualism in the Classroom: Developing Positive Emotions and Facilitating Student Engagement.” Genesea also gave a […]

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Stack of books, rainbow colors

10 Modern Poets Who are Making History

~by Caitlyn BucknerBackstrom 1. Shonto Begay Video: Narrow Chimney “Religon by Hightline” By Shonto Begay   “She is no stranger to Old Man Winter She has seen many winters It has been colder” Excerpt from Down Highway 163   Shonto Begay […]

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McBride Teacher-Scholar Award Application

The McBride Teacher-Scholar Award honors Bill McBride, who taught for 45 years in Colorado schools, including Manzanola, Poudre and Fort Collins High Schools, and Colorado State University. Established when he retired in 1998, the endowment continues Bill’s legacy of ensuring […]

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One of our favorite poets, Camille Dungy, reading some of her poetry.

Camille Dungy wins Guggenheim Fellowship

Camille Dungy, a professor in CSU’s Department of English, has won another major honor: a Guggenheim Fellowship. On April 9, the Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation named Dungy among the 168 scholars, artists and writers […]

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