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.
Colorado State University Pueblo received a donation of masks to outfit faculty and staff as they transition to working on campus again amidst the coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic. Citizens’ Advisory Group member, Antwon Burton offered to facilitate this donation through his professional role with PBR (Professional Bull Riders).
PUEBLO – Colorado State University Pueblo has announced the names of seven local students who will receive prominent, full-ride scholarships through the CSU Pueblo Foundation.
Newly admitted students are normally invited to a Welcome to the Pack Night on campus at Colorado State University Pueblo however due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, students were invited to virtually participate.
Pueblo – Colorado State University Pueblo is one of the first colleges and universities to partner with the United States Army to specialize in credentialing certificates for active duty soldiers at Fort Carson Army installation.
Pueblo high school students have experienced graduation parties and commencement ceremonies put on hold, cancelled or converted to a virtual affair due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Colorado State University Pueblo student, Phillip Flores earned the opportunity for a summer internship with Kellogg Company, most well-known for Kellogg’s cereal.
A consortium of Southern Colorado Institutions lead by professors Roberto Mejias and Margie Massey at Colorado State University Pueblo won a $2.5 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to increase cyber security and technology pathways for students specifically at Hispanic Serving Institutions.
Two media communication students are lending their talents to the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Across the nation, college radio stations have simply turned off transmitters and told students the station is off the air indefinitely. This is due to online and distance learning shifts with the Coronavirus pandemic.