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  • COVID-19 Update: Remote Operations in Effect


    Until further notice, CSU Pueblo is serving our students and the public in a remote model.

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    Curricular Redesign Program

    The Curricular Redesign Program provides financial compensation and curricular support for faculty that undertake the task of redesigning a gatekeeper STEM course, with the ultimate goal of infusing student-centered, best-practices-based approach to the redesigned course.

    The CBASE Grant funds up to ten curricular redesigns a year, and applications are accepted year around. Please utilize the following link to submit a Curricular Redesign Application. For more questions on the Curricular Redesign Program, please contact Abby Davidson in the Science Learning Center.

    Apply Now

    CBASE 2.0 Program

    The purpose of CBASE 2.0 Program is to engage teams of first year undergraduate students in diverse fields in content-relevant projects, under the mentorship of a knowledgeable mentor. The CBASE 2.0 Mentor program leverages the expertise of undergraduate student leaders, graduate students, faculty, staff, and community members to play an active role in scaffolding and facilitating a CBASE 2.0 Project for a group of 5-10 first year undergraduate students within their discipline area. CBASE 2.0 Mentors will play a dynamic role in mentoring undergraduate students through all aspects of the project including: project design, project implementation, project reporting, and delivery of appropriate project deliverables.

    Apply to CBASE 2.0

    Research Communities Program

    The CBASE Research Communities Program aims to increase the number and quality of undergraduate research experiences available to CSU-Pueblo students. To meet this goal, the CBASE grant has nurtured the formation of three research communities in Biology, Chemistry, and Engineering.

    Each research community is led by a postdoctoral researcher, and is supported by a team of faculty mentors. Students apply for paid positions within the Research Communities Program as new researchers (Research Interns) or experienced researchers (Research Fellows).

    Applications to join the Research Communities Program open in October, final selections of the Research Communities cohort are made in December, and the program begins in January. The application to join the 2020 Research Communities Program will be open the month of October (starting on October 1st). For questions about the Research Communities Program, please contact Dr. Brian Vanden Heuvel in the CBASE Office or Abby Davidson in the Science Learning Center.

    Application Open from October 1st-31st:

    2020 Research Communities Application

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Campus Safety: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We have a number of individuals working on a plan to ensure that we are prepared to take care of our students and employees in the event our campus is directly impacted by the coronavirus.

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