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 received another grant award in the development and support of Colorado Open Educational Resources from the Colorado Commission On Higher Education.
A newly-released report from Colorado State University Pueblo and Pueblo Community College demonstrates the strong impact the institutions have on the Pueblo community and the powerful effect of a united higher education community on workforce development.
Pueblo—Colorado State University Pueblo announced the 2021 recipient of the Distinguished University Professor award, Alegria Ribadeneira, Ph.D., professor of Spanish and director of world languages at CSU Pueblo. Ribadeneira is the second recipient of this award, the honor was announced Monday, January 11 at spring convocation.
Colorado State University Pueblo will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in an online format on Monday, Jan. 18 with programming accessible to the general public. Martin Luther King Jr. Day events will highlight work in the Pueblo community, the efforts of students on campus, present an opportunity for learning and discourse at CSU Pueblo.
Colorado State University Pueblo begins the spring semester, Jan. 11-15, 2021, with an employee convocation, titled “Life. Changing.,” focused on living and learning through a pandemic.
Colorado State University Pueblo lecturer in the School of Health Science and Human Movement, Karen Marley received the 2020 Joy of Effort Award from the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America.
Colorado State University Pueblo’s Alegria Ribadeneira, Ph.D. professor, director of world languages, assistant chair for English and world languages was awarded the 2020 International Individual Educator Award for Excellence by Open Education Global.
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.