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CSU Pueblo Foundation Invites You to be a Part of Leading the Legacy Endowment Fund

In 2021, Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation established the Leading the Legacy giving society. CSU Pueblo’s Leading the Legacy fund was founded by philanthropic women who aspire for inclusion and diversity to make a positive impact in Pueblo County through higher education. As women are celebrated during March for Women’s History Month, the women who came together to establish this fund are appreciated.

Provost Candidate, Dr. Andrew Ketsdever, to Visit Campus on March 30

The third provost candidate, Dr. Andrew Ketsdever, will visit campus on Thursday, March 30. A campus presentation beginning at 9:45 a.m. is open to faculty, staff and students to attend. Andrew Ketsdever assumed the role of interim vice president of Oregon State University - Cascades on May 1, 2021.  As interim vice president and leader of the Cascades Campus, Ketsdever has been a champion of two key initiatives including the development of an innovation district on the Bend, OR campus and an innovative career development program designed to bring career education to all students. In his current role, he also serves as chief academic officer for the campus with responsibility for expanding degree programs to meet industry needs, advancing research efforts and leading faculty instructors and researchers. He has standing as a professor in OSU’s School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering within the College of Engineering. Ketsdever joined OSU-Cascades in 2018 as an associate dean, overseeing degree programs in science, technology and engineering, and leading research and faculty diversity efforts and was also the dean of academic affairs prior to becoming the interim vice president. Under Ketsdever’s leadership, OSU-Cascades has continued to set record enrollment, revenue, and research expenditure targets while maintaining inclusive excellence and a student-focus to growth initiatives.

Liz Guerra announced as the final speaker for the Indigenous Holistic Health and Healing Speaker Series

CSU Pueblo in partnership with El Pueblo History Museum and Storytellers of the Ancestral Red Road (SOAR) announce Liz Guerra as the final speaker in the monthly Indigenous Holistic Health and Healing Speaker Series. Guerra will present Practicing Holistic Healing: Understanding Mind-Body-Spirit Connections on Thursday, March 30 at 6 p.m. at the El Pueblo History Museum. 

Provost Candidate, Dr. Gail Mackin, to Visit Campus on March 28

The second provost candidate, Dr. Gail Mackin, will visit campus on Tuesday, March 28. A campus presentation beginning at 9:45 a.m. is open to faculty, staff and students to attend. Dr. Gail Mackin received her BS in Mathematics and Physics from Keene State College and her MS and PhD in Mathematics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.  Gail has taught at several comprehensive universities, the most recent being Northern Kentucky University (NKU) where she spent 16 years as a member of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.  During this time, Gail taught a vast range of entry-level and upper-level mathematics courses including an interdisciplinary bio-mathematics modeling course co-taught with a peer from the department of Biological Sciences. She also mentored more than 50 students in undergraduate research and for the international COMAP mathematical modeling competition.

Provost Candidate, Dr. Tim Borchers, to Visit Campus on March 15

The first provost candidate, Dr. Tim Borchers, will visit campus on Wednesday, March 15. A campus presentation beginning at 9:45 a.m. is open to faculty, staff and students to attend. Dr. Tim Borchers is the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Peru State College, located in southeast Nebraska, where he collaborates with Deans, faculty, and staff to provide a personalized, engaging, and transformative educational experience for a diverse student population.

Elizabeth Georgina Barratt Wells inducted into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame as part of Women’s History Month

The Colorado State University Pueblo Women's Studies Program in conjunction with the Pueblo West Library celebrates the induction of Elizabeth Georgina Barratt Wells into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame as part of Women’s History Month.

Provost Candidate Presentations and Faculty Reception Dates and Times Announced

Four individuals have been selected as finalists for the top academic position at Colorado State University Pueblo. On-campus candidate visits for the next CSU Pueblo Provost have been scheduled.

CSU Pueblo Receives $2.98 Million Grant to Increase Broadband Access

CSU Pueblo received a $2.98 million grant from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to implement a two-year pilot project that will increase broadband access to underserved communities in Pueblo, Colorado. The “Adelante Connect” project targets low-income areas with low internet and device access within the community of Pueblo. Data indicate that there are 36 Pueblo census tracts that may qualify for assistance through the pilot program.


CSU Pueblo Department of Music presents, “Destination unKnown”

The CSU Pueblo Department of Music is proud to present, “Destination unKnown,” an evening of musical theatre in collaboration with the Department of Media and Entertainment on March 10th and March 11th at the Buell Communications Center Blackbox Studio. The cabaret features students from across campus, as well as staff and community members.

CSU Pueblo Researcher’s Work Selected for Inclusion in Continuing Medical Education Program

A recent article published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine by CSU Pueblo professor, Brad Gilbreath, PhD, and Cynthia Mathieu, PhD, at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières has been chosen for inclusion in the Continuing Medical Education (CME) program. This prestigious recognition highlights the significance of their research and its potential to make a positive impact on healthcare practices.

CSU Pueblo Foundation Welcomes Members of The Next Gen Council

In 2022, Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation implemented the Next Gen Council comprised of young professionals and CSU Pueblo alumni under 40 years of age wanting to make an impact on CSU Pueblo students and young alumni. The Next Gen Council’s mission is to engage and connect with young adults and alumni to promote higher education and support efforts designed to supplement and enhance their future. The Next Gen Council meets quarterly to identify student and alumni needs, select the Next Gen Council scholarship recipient, and work with professionals in the community who can help mentor students and alums. 

More than $3.5 Million in Scholarships Available to CSU Pueblo Students for Fall 2023

New and returning students at Colorado State University Pueblo are encouraged to apply for scholarship funding for the 2023-24 academic year through the CSU Pueblo Foundation online application process. The application process ends March 1, 2023.

Colorado Southern Regional Science Olympiad Tournament welcomes 600 STEM students to campus Saturday

The Colorado Southern Regional Science Olympiad Tournament is set for Saturday, February 18 at CSU Pueblo. The rigorous STEM-based competition welcomes more than 600 middle and high school students across Colorado to campus.  This one-day tournament features 46 STEM competitions, facilitated by a team of 50 STEM faculty, staff, and community professionals. Competitions range from crime busting and forensics to remote sensing and device testing. Spectator events held at Massari Arena are free and open to the public.

Colorado State University Pueblo to host the 15th annual Festival of Winds February 9-11, 2023

The 15th annual Festival of Winds returns to campus February 9 for the largest wind and honor band event in Colorado. The festival is an immersive three-day experience for over 350 high school students throughout the state. The students are accepted to the festival by invitation only. Band directors in Colorado can nominate up to 15 students to attend, with a minimum of two participants guaranteed placement. A total of 46 high schools will be represented at the 2023 festival.


Colorado State University Pueblo Announces Dana Perino as 2023 Commencement Speaker

Colorado State University Pueblo welcomes distinguished alumnus Dana Perino to deliver the spring 2023 commencement address. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. at the ThunderBowl on Saturday, May 13. “We are excited to welcome Dana back to CSU Pueblo. Her career has served as an inspiration for our students and she has been an incredible mentor providing opportunities for them to see her studio in New York,” CSU Pueblo President Timothy Mottet said. This will be the second time Perino will address the university’s graduating class. Perino was the commencement speaker for the 2008 commencement exercises and spoke about her journey to the White House and beyond.

CSU Pueblo administrative leaders complete prestigious national institute development programs

Three administrative leaders from Colorado State University Pueblo have completed intensive leadership training provided by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. AASCU serves as a collective voice for nearly 400 public colleges, universities, and systems, and works to expand student access, success, and opportunity; promote world-class teaching and learning tied to career advancement; and support applied research and service that advances economic development and quality of life in communities across the country. The AASCU programs are designed to develop leadership skills and competencies to grow the next generation of higher education administrators through the many stages of their careers, including presidencies.

CSU Pueblo partners with TheDream.US to assist Dreamer Students

Colorado State University Pueblo is the newest partner college to join TheDream.US network of schools that serve undocumented migrant students. This partnership provides scholarship opportunities to cover tuition and fees for undocumented students in Southern Colorado. The university is the first Colorado institution of higher education located outside of the Denver area to receive the designation.

Colorado State University Pueblo to Observe the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a Week of Service and Learning Events

Colorado State University Pueblo will observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a week of service and learning events to celebrate his life and legacy. “In celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., our campus is engaging in service and community,” Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Dr. Marie Humphrey said. “For CSU Pueblo, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is an opportunity to live out his legacy by serving others.”

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