Colorado State University-Pueblo, in conjunction with the Military and Veteran Success Center, will host Brigadier General (retired) Paul A. Maye on Wednesday, September 11th. This event highlights General Maye’s experience as the first person to fly a B-52 bomber in a combat zone.
The CSU-Pueblo Master of Social Work Program officially launched on August 24th, 2019.
Vision 2028 establishes a downtown presence for CSU-Pueblo at Watertower Place, an emerging downtown Pueblo project spearheaded by Ryan McWilliams, a CSU-Pueblo alum, and a member of the CSU-Pueblo President’s Citizen’s Advisory Board.
The Institute of Cannabis Research at Colorado State University-Pueblo will have an an active leader in cannabis research and a chemistry and drug metabolism expert as its keynote speakers for the 2020 conference.
Join President Mottet as he recognizes employees, provides the campus with a comprehensive update on Vision 2028, and introduces campus wide initiatives that will enhance how we serve our students and cross all aspects of the campus.
The Colorado State University System has unanimously voted in support of the implementation of CSU-Pueblo’s Vision 2028 with an initial 2-year investment of $7.8 million.
Michael Wakefield, Professor of Management at the Malik and Seeme Hasan School of Business, is pleased to announce the opening of the 2019 Pueblo Business Sentiment Survey.
Upon the conclusion of the President’s Leadership Program (PLP) interview, Bryana Owens felt at home at CSU-Pueblo. Little did Owens know that PLP would lead to an internship that would span across multiple areas of campus and peak her interest in an area she had yet to consider: Archives.
August 8-9, 2019 – Key Highlights relating to CSU-Pueblo