Colorado State University Pueblo will celebrate National Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) Week Sept. 13 through 19 with programming, performances and speakers throughout the week. HSI Week opens Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, which takes place as CSU Pueblo honors 50 years of Chicano Studies Programs at the Belmont campus.
succumbed to injuries from a traffic accident on Saturday, Sept. 11. Two other CSU Pueblo students were involved.
Colorado State University Pueblo announced that Christy M. Wyandt will serve as the new Interim Director of Graduate Studies.
Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo), a regional comprehensive university in southwest Colorado with a focus on professional studies, today announced a new admissions pathway that will expand college access for students who did not meet basic admissions requirements. In collaboration with StraighterLine, the new CSU Pueblo Academy offers low-cost, competency-based general education courses that enable students to earn admission to the university and apply the credits toward their bachelor’s degree.
Colorado State University Pueblo will host the Pueblo Critical System and Infrastructure (CSI) Information Technology (IT) Conference Sept. 9 through 12 on campus. This four day conference is a partnership with the Colorado National Guard (CONG) Cyber Workshop and the CSU Pueblo Hasan School of Business.
Colorado State University Pueblo will host an anti-racism workshop Tuesday Sept. 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Zoom.
Colorado State University Pueblo Professor of History Jonathan Rees appeared on the Aug.29 episode of the Machines that Built America on the History Channel.
Colorado State University Pueblo proudly invites members of the community to join President Timothy Mottet and campus leadership for a distinguished lecture webinar with Dr. Mary Marovich on Friday, August 27th at 2 p.m., via Zoom. Dr. Marovich is an infectious disease specialist and director of vaccine research at the National Institute of Health Clinical Center in Washington, DC. She will speak on the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically in regards to vaccines, variants and immune protection.
Colorado State University Pueblo joined the Presidential Fellows Program, which will give students the opportunity to study the United States presidency and public policy making.
A team of Colorado State University researchers — including CSU Pueblo professors Amaya Garcia Costas and Fran Sandmeier — was awarded $12.5 million from the National Science Foundation to explore fundamental details about microbes that live in the air, or the aerobiome.
Colorado State University Pueblo has announced that Juan Morales will serve as the new Associate Dean of the College of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS).
On Thursday, Aug. 19, Colorado State University Pueblo announced the 23-acre solar array project on the north side of campus, had been completed and the university has officially switched all academic buildings to solar power. CSU Pueblo is the first campus in the state of Colorado to reach net zero efficiency. The solar project launched as a 25-year power purchase agreement with Johnson Controls and allows CSU Pueblo to become a higher education leader in sustainability and energy consumption.
Colorado State University Pueblo received a $2,155,836 million dollar grant from the Institutional Resilience and Expanded Postsecondary Opportunity (IREPO) Grants Program.
Earlier this week, Colorado State University Pueblo announced that Timothy Mottet, the university’s 15th President, signed a new contract extending his time at CSU Pueblo until June 2026. On top of the funding for Mottet’s salary, the Board of Governors of the CSU System agreed to substantial additional university funding as an investment in Mottet’s team and his vision of ensuring CSU Pueblo is better connected and more fully engaged as a partner in the future of the Pueblo community.
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