Colorado State University Pueblo’s Communities for Building Active STEM Engagement (CBASE) is hosting a virtual student research symposium Nov. 10-12 to showcase work of students during the 2020 fall semester.
Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo) President Timothy Mottet joined Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE) officials, Pueblo County Commissioner Garrison Ortiz, and Mayor Nick Gradisar at a press conference on Tuesday, Oct. 20 to voice the university's support of city-county leadership and ongoing COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
Colorado State University Pueblo professor of economics, Kevin Duncan will present a public webinar on Proposition 118, the Colorado Paid Family and Medical Leave Initiative, on Thursday, Oct. 15 beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Colorado State University Pueblo officials have announced that the rescheduled 2020 commencement ceremony, normally held following the conclusion of the spring semester, will be held in a virtual format because of ongoing health and safety concerns over the pandemic.
The Colorado State University Pueblo ThunderWolf Recreation Center has reopened after five months and is implementing new protocols for the health and safety of the campus community after it was forced to close its doors in March because of the pandemic, according to Emily McElwain, director of the recreation center.
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.”
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).
Colorado State University Pueblo will host more than 700 middle and high school students from across Colorado to participate in Colorado Southern Regional Science Olympiad Tournament on February 29, 2020.