Colorado State University Pueblo celebrates the grand opening of the new Center for Integrated Health and Human Inquiry (CIHHI). This facility, formerly host of the Psychology building is a hub for interdisciplinary learning and collaborative spaces.
PUEBLO – Colorado State University Pueblo will welcome faculty and staff back to campus on Monday, August 17 for an in-person and virtual fall convocation week titled “Life. Changing. Navigating Life in a Rapidly Changing World.”
Colorado State University Pueblo’s CyberWolves team ranked among the top teams in the nation after spring 2020 in the National Cyber League (NCL) games. The CyberWolves look to compete at a high level again as the fall semester approaches.
Marie Humphrey, Senior Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students at Colorado State University Pueblo, was recently named to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) 2020 Millennium Leadership Initiative (MLI).
PUEBLO – Dr. Jarvis and Mary Jo Ryals have established the Jarvis and Mary Jo Ryals Endowed Scholarship for Nursing at Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation.
Colorado State University Pueblo prepares for new student orientation in new ways with old practices. The Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) office implemented online orientation over five years ago, which now provides ground work for new resources amidst the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Colorado State University Pueblo employees from the Administrative Professional Council (APC) recently adopted a portion of highway in Pueblo to maintain as part of the Spruce Up Colorado program.
Family, friends and supporters are welcome to join Colorado State University Pueblo in a Celebration of Life to honor Donnell Leomiti on Friday, July 17 at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl. The event is set to begin at 7 p.m. with safety and wellness precautions in effect.
Nursing Day at Zoo Colorado State University Pueblo nursing students in the accelerated nursing program provide respite for families with children with special needs. This is a partnership…
A Colorado State University Pueblo professor has partnered with a local, Pueblo preschool director to meet the needs of educators during the time of coronavirus, COVID-19. The course offers teachers and educators alike the techniques of teaching students about self-care.