Colorado State University Pueblo plans to host multiple Spring 2021 Commencement ceremonies on campus at the Neta and Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl on Saturday, May 8.Commencement includes two in-person graduation ceremonies, each with a live-stream feed and one virtual ceremony to include all graduates who are unable to attend in person.
The Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation is proud to announce and welcome 2017 Colorado State University Pueblo alumna, Sarah Mize, as the Foundation’s operations coordinator. Sarah will be responsible for operations support, Board correspondence and supervision of work-study students.
Colorado State University Pueblo has named Jenna McKinley as the 2021 recipient of the Threlkeld Prize for Excellence. The seven finalists were selected from a pool of candidates compiled from nominations by CSU Pueblo faculty and staff from various university departments. McKinley was given the award at the Student Leadership and Involvement Awards Ceremony on Apr. 15.
In January, Colorado State University Pueblo Assistant Professor of Art History, Rachel Zimmerman of the College Humanities Art and Social Sciences was named an Editor for Smarthistory.org.
Colorado State University Pueblo distributed $1.9 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding from the recent stimulus bill to students enrolled in spring 2021 courses. This is the second direct disbursement for CSU Pueblo students since the pandemic began last year.
Colorado State University Pueblo alumna Dana Perino, class of 1994 mass communication, released her book “Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons for Young Women (from a Former Young Woman)” on Mar 9. Perino also sat down to talk about her book with former roommate and fellow mass communication alumna, Andrea Aragon, class of 1994.
Colorado State University Pueblo joins the National TRIO Day celebration on Feb. 26, 2021. CSU Pueblo offers five federally-funded programs to provide college access and success opportunities to adults and high school students, providing assistance to first-generation, active military and students with disabilities. This year’s celebration has a focus on service and giving back to the Pueblo community.
PLANO, Texas – NTT DATA Services, a digital business, and IT services leader, is teaming up with Spartan Medical, Inc., a service-disabled veteran-owned business that provides advanced medical technologies, to deliver COVID-19 testing and tracing services to multiple government agencies and public sector organizations. Among those is Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo), which is working with Spartan Medical and NTT DATA for COVID-19 testing, contact tracing, and other healthcare services.
Colorado State University Pueblo celebrates Black History Month in an online format throughout February with programming accessible to the general public. Black History Month events highlight work in the Pueblo community, the efforts of students on campus, and presents an opportunity for learning and dialogue at CSU Pueblo.
Denver, Colo. – The three Colorado State University System campuses and the out-of-state students attract nearly 23,000 Colorado jobs and more than $237.74 million in state income and sales tax revenue annually.