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2024

June

CSU Pueblo Hosts FFA's 96th Annual Conference, Nurturing Future Farmers

The embrace between Teagan Joseph and her guide dog Astro said it all. After years of leadership, countless miles traveled around Colorado and a stop at CSU Pueblo, this was it — their final FFA conference. As teenagers with the iconic navy-blue corduroy jackets emblazoned with the names of Colorado towns descended upon the CSU Pueblo campus, a bittersweet farewell lingered in the air.

May

Colorado State University Pueblo Announces Tuition Discount for Active-Duty Students

Pueblo, CO, 5/6/24 – Colorado State University Pueblo is proud to announce a significant milestone in its commitment to supporting the educational pursuits of active-duty students. The CSU System Board of Governors has overwhelmingly passed a proposal to make education more accessible for military personnel, beginning in Fall 2024.

CSU Pueblo Awards Exceptional Faculty & Staff at Annual Luncheon

Faculty and staff assembled at the Occhiato Student Center Ballroom on Thursday, April 25, for the yearly employee recognition luncheon. Every award category was designed to acknowledge and honor the accomplishments of faculty, classified and professional staff, exceptional teams, and a student-chosen award. These accolades commend employees who have exceeded expectations throughout the academic year. Nominations for these awards come from both CSU Pueblo students and staff members, with each recipient chosen by a dedicated committee comprising students, faculty, administrative or classified staff, and past award recipients.

CSU Pueblo Lectuerer Karen Marley Honored with Central District’s Mark Harvey Legacy Award

Karen Marley, an esteemed lecturer within the School of Health Science and Human Movement at Colorado State University Pueblo, has been awarded with the prestigious Central District's Mark Harvey Legacy Award. This prominent recognition celebrates individuals who exemplify the core values of professionalism, humility, performance, and wisdom within their respective fields.

History Student Wins Award at Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society Colorado Springs Regional Conference

Scholars from Colorado State University Pueblo recently made their mark at the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society Colorado Regional Conference, hosted on Saturday, April 20th, at University of Colorado Colorado Springs. With passion and precision, each student brought their original research paper to captivate an audience eager for intellectual discussion.

Outstanding Student Leaders and Organizations Honored at Colorado State University Pueblo's Student Leadership Awards

Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo) celebrated the remarkable achievements of its student leaders and organizations at the annual Student Leadership Awards ceremony. The event, held on April 9th, 2024, recognized individuals and groups who have demonstrated exceptional dedication, leadership, and service to the campus community.

The SCITT at CSU Pueblo to Host National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) Program for Middle School Students with No Cost to Students

PUEBLO — The Southern Colorado Institute of Transportation Technology (SCITT) at Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo) is pleased to announce a two-week non-residential National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) program which takes place Wednesday, June 5 through Tuesday, June 18 for middle school students. The NSTI program is open to all students in sixth through eighth grades currently attending public and private schools in Colorado with no cost to students. A maximum of 25 students will be selected from the NSTI applications to participate in the 2024 summer program. The program will run daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Colorado State University Pueblo to Host Healthcare Heroes Appreciation Event

Pueblo, Colorado - Colorado State University Pueblo will host a healthcare heroes appreciation event on May 14, 2024, dedicated to honoring the healthcare heroes of UCHealth Parkview Medical Center.

Colorado State University Pueblo to Celebrate nearly 600 graduates tomorrow with 10,000 in attendance

The Colorado State University Pueblo ThunderBowl will be at capacity on Saturday, May 11th for the university’s commencement ceremony which begins at 8:30 a.m. The class of 2024 will be cheered on by 10,000 family members, friends, and loved ones, while more than 560 graduates receive their diplomas.

CSU Pueblo Announces Completion of Phase One of Technology Building Renovations

CSU Pueblo is proud to announce the completion of phase one of the renovations for the Technology, Education, and Engineering Building. A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 10 and will feature brief remarks by campus leadership and representatives from HCM and Nunn Construction, who played pivotal roles in bringing this project to life.

Holocaust Day of Remembrance

PUEBLO, COLORADO - Congress has designated May 6th as the Holocaust Day of Remembrance to honor the millions that perished in the Holocaust. Today, the CSU Pueblo Department of Social Work will host a Day of Remembrance open to the campus and the community and features presentations by community members and faculty, as well as a move and discussion.

CSU System Board of Governors Approves Campus Budgets

The Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System approved budgets for its campuses this week that keep tuition levels low and maintain each institution’s strong value proposition and positive trajectory.

April

Four Finalists for the Threlkeld Prize for Excellence selected

Four finalists for the Threlkeld Prize for Excellence have been selected from a pool of candidates nominated by CSU Pueblo faculty and staff across multiple departments. The finalists include Ryem Ansaf, Ché Casados, Jr., Katherine Higgins and Per Emil Toerje Joensson. The Threlkeld Prize for Excellence was established in 1990 in memory of respected faculty member and beloved community member, Budge Threlkeld. The award recognizes a graduating senior who has completed at least four semesters at CSU Pueblo, maintained a grade point average of 3.7 or higher, and has demonstrated service to CSU Pueblo and the community.

Colorado State University Pueblo Hosts Groundbreaking Early Childhood Education Summit with Support from the Buell Foundation

Pueblo, Colorado – April 5, Colorado State University Pueblo proudly hosted the Early Childhood Education Summit, a pivotal event made possible through the support of the Buell Foundation. This significant gathering convened professionals from across the state, emphasizing the shared vision and dedication towards advancing early childhood education.

CSU Pueblo to Honor Robert H. Rawlings Foundation, Andrew Trainor, Dr. Patricia Orman, and Las Comadres at President’s Blue and Red Gala on May 18

Robert H. Rawlings Foundation, Andrew Trainor, Dr. Patricia Orman, and Las Comadres will be honored as part of the Colorado State University Pueblo 2024 President’s Blue and Red Gala on Saturday, May 18. Proceeds from the Gala directly benefit future generations of CSU Pueblo students through scholarships and programs.

35 Films Over Three Days: Mountainfilm on Tour Returning to Pueblo

(Pueblo, Colo. | 8 April 2024) - After a three-year hiatus in Pueblo, Mountainfilm on Tour is back in Southern Colorado for four showcases April 18-20 in the Buell Communications Center on the CSU Pueblo campus. Showcases will be held in the recently revamped TV and film production studio at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, with a special Family Feature matinee Saturday at 2 p.m. Tickets are free or by donation and can be reserved online through socostudentmedia.com or csupuebloevents.universitytickets.com.

March

Colorado State University Hosts 10th Annual Spring Symposium

Once again, Colorado State University Pueblo is gearing up to host its highly anticipated Spring Symposium on April 5th. Marking its milestone tenth year, this annual gathering serves as a vibrant celebration of academic inquiry, innovation, and artistic expression, showcasing the remarkable endeavors of both undergraduate and graduate students.

CSU Pueblo Student, Seungwon (Collin) Han, Accepted into Prestigious Program NUPOC Program

PUEBLO, COLORADO - Colorado State University Pueblo student, Seungown (Collin) Han, has been accepted into the Nuclear Propulsion Officer Program with the United States Navy.

CSU Pueblo Media and Entertainment class to explore the future of media, technology, and innovation at SXSW

PUEBLO,CO - Nine CSU Pueblo students will embark on an experiential class at South by Southwest (SXSW) in hopes of gaining an edge on their education and careers. The on-site portion of the class will take place March 7 to 17 in Austin, TX, where students will attend twenty industry sessions, film premiers, music showcases, keynotes, and tradeshows. During the last half of the trip, students volunteer as part of the music festival,gaining valuable experience from working the event.

Dr. Kristyn White Davis Named American Council on Education Fellow

Washington (Feb. 28, 2024)—The American Council on Education (ACE) announced that Dr. Kristyn White Davis, Vice President of Enrollment and Extended Studies at Colorado State University Pueblo has been named an ACE Fellow for academic year 2024-25. Following nomination by the senior administration of their institutions and a thorough application process, 26 Fellows were selected this year. For more information and to see the members of the 2024-2025 class of Fellows, click here.

Dr. Kristyn White Davis Named American Council on Education Fellow

The American Council on Education (ACE) announced that Dr. Kristyn White Davis, Vice President of Enrollment and Extended Studies at Colorado State University Pueblo has been named an ACE Fellow for academic year 2024-25. Following nomination by the senior administration of their institutions and a thorough application process, 26 Fellows were selected this year.

CSU DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT SOLUTION TO REPLACE CURRENT HR SYSTEMS & PROCESSES

To meet the needs of a modern workforce dedicated to fulfilling Colorado State University's academic, research, and outreach missions, CSU has begun the process of acquiring a state-of-the-art Human Capital Management (HCM) system. Through a multi-campus approach, this cloud-based solution is being developed to address the evolving and diverse operational needs of CSU's Fort Collins and Pueblo campuses.

February

Dacia L. Shaw Appointed Director of Philanthropy & Engagement at CSU Pueblo Foundation

Pueblo – The Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation today has announced the appointment of Dacia L. Shaw as the new Director of Philanthropy & Engagement, effective April 1, 2024. With a background in professional fundraising and sales management, Shaw brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to her new role.

Excitement Builds for Colorado Southern Regional Science Olympiad with Over 600 STEM Students Anticipated

The Colorado Southern Regional Science Olympiad Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, March 2nd. Drawing in over 600 participants from across Colorado, this profound STEM-focused event takes place on the CSU Pueblo Campus. It's a single-day tournament featuring 16 middle school teams and 25 high school teams. With 46 STEM competitions on the agenda, overseen by a collective of 50 STEM faculty, staff, and community professionals, the activities range from crime-solving and forensics to remote sensing and device testing. Spectators are welcome to observe from the Massari Arena, and admission is free for all.

Colorado State University Pueblo Names Interim Dean of Students: Dr. Lucie Menjivar

CSU Pueblo names Dr. Lucie Menjivar as Interim Dean of Students as of January 16th, 2024. Dr. Lucie Menjivar will serve as the Interim Dean of Students while simultaneously continuing her current role as Assistant Dean of Student Engagement/Events and Leadership.

Council on Social Work Education Awards Grant to CSU Pueblo’s Trevor Gates-Crandall

Assistant Professor Trevor Gates-Crandall, Ph.D., of Colorado State University Pueblo, has secured a nearly $10,000 grant for the initiative "Culturally Responsive, Queer Affirmative Practice in a Global Context." This three-year project, in collaboration with institutions in Vietnam and Australia, aims to foster inclusive environments for LGBTQ+ individuals through nine case studies in social work education, focusing on the US and Asia-Pacific regions.

Pueblo Region Academic Health Partnership 2024 Symposium & Networking Event

CSU Pueblo is hosting the second annual Pueblo Region Academic Health Partnership Symposium & Networking Event, coming up on February 23, 2024, at CSU Pueblo Occhiato Student Center Ballroom. The event will last from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm and lunch will be served.

January

CSU Pueblo Associate Dean Selected to Join Rutgers Center for Minority Serving Institutions Aspiring Leaders Program

Pueblo, CO - Associate Dean of the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS) Juan Morales is among the fourth cohort of the Aspiring Leaders program developed by the Rutgers Center for Minority Serving Institutions (CMSI). Morales joins 14 other leaders selected from across the country for an intensive two-day leadership forum and 18-month mentorship program.

Colorado State University Pueblo Fall 2023 Dean’s List

The following students have been named to the 2023 Fall semester Dean’s lists at Colorado State University Pueblo. This honor recognizes undergraduate degree-seeking students who have completed 12 or more credit hours with a minimum grade-point average of 3.5. The students are listed alphabetically.

Colorado State University Pueblo Announces New Director of Campus Safety

PUEBLO, COLORADO – Colorado State University Pueblo is proud to announce Todd Whittemore as the inaugural Director of Campus Safety, a newly expanded role with a focus on campus safety planning and security. With over a decade of law enforcement experience, Whittemore previously served as a corporal with the Pueblo Police Department and has a breadth of experience in safety education and management and large-scale event security.

Jean Dreyfus Lectureship Awards CSU Pueblo as One of Eight Undergraduate Institution Grant Recipients

PUEBLO, COLORADO – Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dr. Samuel Gockel has secured an $18,500 grant from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation. The Jean Dreyfus Lectureship Award provides funding to host a prominent researcher on campus for a guest lecture series. The grant aims to offer academic enrichment and support summer research fellowships for two undergraduate students who will collaborate with mentors in contemporary chemistry.

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