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  • Jan22
    The ThunderWolves Drumline wants YOU!!!

    04:00 PM - 06:00 PM  Tuesday

    Have you ever wished you could be a part of the ThunderWolves Marching Band Drumline? In addition to all current CSU-Pueblo students, our spring Drumline class is open to high school students and community members with at least one year of high school band experience; All ability levels welcome. You do not need to have experience as a drummer, and this is an excellent opportunity to learn how to play drums. Look for the course listings for ThunderWolves Drumline online, or community members may join at the Club rate of just $25 for the semester. This is an excellent opportunity to learn how to participate in this high energy ensemble, after which you can then audition for the fall Marching Band Drumline and become eligible for the $7,000 Marching Band scholarship program.

  • Jan29
    Study abroad in Mexico this summer!

    All Day  Tuesday

    Spend a week in Todos Santos, Mexico this summer! Earn 3 Gen Ed credits by taking SPN 130 Introduction to Spanish-Speaking Cultures: Mexico with Dr. Danilo León (danilo.leon@csupueblo.edu).

  • Feb6
    Mindful Moments - Tobacco Free Living

    04:00 PM - 05:00 PM  Wednesday

    Did you know that the CSU-Pueblo campus is a Tobacco and Vape Free environment!? Join the Counseling Center and Health Education and Promotion every Wednesday from 4:00pm-5:00pm in the OSC for Mindful Moments - Tobacco Free Living.

  • Feb7
    Study Abroad in Mexico this Summer

    All Day  Thursday

    Spend a week in Todos Santos, Mexico! Experience education in a new way – take advantage of the cultural experiences that Todos Santos has to offer under the direction of CSU-Pueblo faculty.

  • Feb13
    CSU-Pueblo Cybersecurity and Block Chain Research

    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM  Wednesday

    The full-time faculty of Colorado State University-Pueblo (CSU-Pueblo) are encouraged to submit research proposals regarding cybersecurity and block chain for funding to the CSU-Pueblo Cybersecurity Steering Committee for evaluation and consideration.

  • Feb20
    Free Professional Development - Spanish

    12:30 PM - 01:30 PM  Wednesday

    With support from the Center for Teaching and Learning, The Office of the President is proud to announce a new, FREE, important professional development opportunity for ALL CSU-Pueblo employees! Join us for 8 Wednesdays of conversational Spanish with Dr. Danilo Leon, Assistant Professor in World Languages.

  • Feb22
    Study abroad in Mexico this summer!

    08:00 AM  Friday

    Spend a week in Todos Santos, Mexico this summer! Earn 3 Gen Ed credits by taking SPN 130 Introduction to Spanish-Speaking Cultures: Mexico with Dr. Danilo León (danilo.leon@csupueblo.edu). This is a three-week class. During the first two weeks students will work online (05/27-06/08), and the last week students and instructor will travel to Todos Santos, Mexico (06/09-06/15) where everyone will participate in trips, snorkeling, cooking classes, Spanish classes, and many other cultural activities! Tuition ($2,400) includes flight, airport transportation, all meals, international travel insurance, lodging, and up to 5 excursions with your instructor. Financial Aid available. For more information, please contact Kathryn Starkey (kathryn.starkey@csupueblo.ed), phone: 719-549-2849. Do not miss this great opportunity!"

  • Feb27
    Cyber Security Speaker Series

    05:30 PM - 07:00 PM  Wednesday

    The Cyber Security Speaker Series will host three speakers that will provide insight on the role of cyber security in our technology heavy lives.

  • Feb28
    All Faculty Meeting

    08:00 AM - 09:00 AM  Thursday

    The AAUP is providing two meeting times on February 28, Thursday, 8-9 am and 4:30-5:30 pm, in GCB 312.

  • Mar5
    Employment and VA Resource Expo OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    10:00 AM - 02:00 PM  Tuesday

    Employment and VA Resource Expo OPEN TO THE PUBLIC MARCH 5th 10 A.M.-2 P.M. There will be hiring agents on hand to interview and hire on the spot. Military and Veteran centered with additional resources available for Military and Veteran Affiliated job seekers. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Local transportation will be provided on the hour to the following pickup points: Pueblo County Work Force Center (212 West 3rd St), Pueblo County VA Clinic (4776 Eagle Ridge Circle) South side Walmart (4080 West Northern Ave.) Break Away sessions with guest speakers to cover: Your path to success, by Shane Squibb of Mutual of Omaha – GIVING AWAY $250 GIFT CARD Career Certifications and how “Onward to Opportunity” can help you, by Joe V Aldez Jr. – GIVING AWAY NEW HP LAPTOP Financial Responsibility and what that looks like, by Nicholas Bilak of Forester Financial Services – GIVING AWAY $200 SWAG BAG FROM CSU-PUEBLO BOOKSTORE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

  • Mar5
    Employment and VA Resource Expo

    10:00 AM - 02:00 PM  Tuesday

    Employment and VA Resource Expo OPEN TO THE PUBLIC MARCH 5th 10 A.M.-2 P.M. There will be hiring agents on hand to interview and hire on the spot. Military and Veteran centered with additional resources available for Military and Veteran Affiliated job seekers.

  • Mar6
    Photography Exhibition, If This Wasn't Me

    05:00 PM - 07:00 PM  Wednesday

    Please join us at 5pm on Thursday, Feb 28th for a reception celebrating the opening of "If This Wasn't Me". This show is done in conjunction with the Denver's Month of Photography. Come meet the artists and enjoy refreshments with students, faculty, staff and community members. During a recent six month photography workshop, Todd Edward Herman collaborated with Pueblo Regional Center residents to produce the images in this exhibit. While Herman is clearly shooting his photographs from an outsider's perspective, the photographs made by Pueblo Regional Center photographers offer new and intimate looks at the often disregarded beauty and mystery within their own home environments. Herman then presents all of the photographs together on the same artistic level, delicately crossing the line that separates teacher and student, photographer and subject, outsider and community, personal agency and full psychiatric guardianship.

  • Mar15
    Become a Certified Lifeguard or Renew Certification

    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM  Friday

    The American Red Cross Lifeguarding classes are designed to teach you not only the basics in water safety but also the proper protocol when dealing with any emergencies around water.

  • Mar16
    Spring Break 2019 Lake Powell

    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM  Saturday

    Join Outdoor Pursuits for an EPIC Spring Break Adventure. Camping, hiking, Kayaking, Stand Up paddle Boarding, Water skiing, Fishing, Swimming, great meals, campfire stories, stargazing. $400 CSU-pueblo students - includes all meals, transportation, water and camping gear, instruction, and super fun staff. Sign up online at https://bit.ly/2D3BgjZ

  • Mar29
    Advertise until March 1st

    09:00 AM - 03:30 PM  Friday

    CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: CHASS SOCO CONFERENCE On behalf of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) We welcome quality research and performance proposals from students, faculty, and professionals. The informal 2019 theme is Pueblo Proud. Individuals may submit oral, poster, roundtable or performance presentations. The deadline for submissions is March 1, 2019 by 5pm and acceptance notification will be sent by March 15, 2019.

  • Apr4
    Dining Etiquette Diner

    05:30 PM - 09:00 PM  Thursday

    The 21st Annual Dining Etiquette Dinner is open to all students and all majors.

  • Apr17
    Teacher Job Fair

    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM  Wednesday

    April 17. 8 am to 5 pm, Teacher Job Fair, Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom. Free with student ID.

  • Apr22
    Senior Multicultural Congratulatory

    06:30 PM - 09:00 PM  Monday

    The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is proud to present the Annual Senior Multicultural Congratulatory Ceremony!

  • May4
    2019 Commencement Exercises

    All Day  Saturday

    The 2019 Commencement Exercises will be held ON CAMPUS this year in Massari Arena. There will be two ceremonies, 10 a.m. (CSM/CEEPS), and 3 p.m. (CHASS/HSB).

  • Jun11
    Upcoming Conference: Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed

    All Day  Tuesday

    Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed (PTO) supports a local organizing team to host an annual gathering of hundreds of educators, activists, change makers, actors and non-actors from all over the world. We come together to connect with each other, create solutions and art, and challenge each other to empower our communities and problem-solve in innovative ways.

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