The Kenneth King Foundation awarded Colorado State University Pueblo $50,000. This award, given to the CSU Pueblo Works Program will provide grants to eligible CSU Pueblo Nursing students to supplement students’ unpaid clinical requirements. Up to 15 nursing students will be presented need-based stipends for previously unpaid clinical internships and field experiences in the 2021-2022 academic year. Stipends will vary by need and provide students with livable hourly pay to perform their work-based academic requirements.
Colorado State University Pueblo Professor Brad Gilbreath’s research on job stress-related presenteeism has received international recognition and been applied by entities world-wide.
Colorado State University Pueblo has launched the new Aztlán Center which will be housed in the university Library.
The Colorado State University Pueblo Alumni Association has announced its members and officers for the 2021-22 academic year, which began July 1. The Alumni Association enhances the relationship among alumni, the university and the community.
Colorado State University Pueblo announced that Abby Davidson will serve as the University’s Director of Tutoring and Student Academic Support.
During the 2021 Spring semester, 1,089 Colorado State University Pueblo students achieved a 3.50 grade-point average or higher. These 1,089 students navigated hybrid learning models, less in-person interaction and a pandemic to earn a place on the Dean’s List. All of these 1,089 undergraduate degree-seeking students completed 12 or more credit hours this spring.
Colorado State University Pueblo welcomes visiting scholar Colonel Courtney Short through the Retiring Officer Teaching Fellowship with the Chamberlain Project. The Chamberlain Project looks to bridge the gap of active duty military service and civilian life for retiring officers and build relationships between civilians and the military.
Colorado State University Pueblo announced its Faculty Award winners for the 2020-21 school year.
Colorado State University Pueblo proudly announces a new partnership with Harvard Business School (HBS) Online after completing 2020 pilot program. During the 2020 pilot, CSU Pueblo students were among the program’s top performers.
The Institute of Cannabis Research (ICR) hosted at Colorado State University Pueblo recently completed the first statewide competition for funding of cannabis research. Approximately 40 proposals were received from researchers at six institutions of higher education, several nonprofit research organizations, and a private entity with the required state licensing. Applications were evaluated by scientific review panels comprised of subject matter experts from around the country. Ten projects were recommended for funding and will be led by researchers from four universities and one private company with an anticipated start date of July 2021.