Rep. Ken Buck was the first of five high-profile speakers slated to visit CSU during the spring semester as part of the Thematic Year of Democracy. His coffee talk with the campus community focused on the need for healthier discourse and a call for the next generation to make their voices heard.
Dominik Stecula is an assistant professor of political science at Colorado State University. His research focuses on the intersection of political communication, political behavior and science communication in the American media. Stecula recently spoke on CSU’s The Audit podcast about the changing way people look at the media and democracy.
Sure, a political science 101 textbook might offer one definition, but students in a special Colorado State University class have been given a space to create their own, culminating in a Constitutional Convention at the end of the semester.
Bob Lawrence, professor emeritus in the Department of Political Science, passed away Oct. 8 at the age of 91. Those who knew the longtime Colorado State University professor said he was an inspiring figure, a powerful voice in political science — and a dear friend and mentor. Lawrence’s footprints linger within the halls of the […]
Peter Harris, an associate professor of political science at Colorado State University and expert on foreign policy, weighed in on the Wagner Group Rebellion and how it will impact Russia, Putin and the war in Ukraine.
A CSU expert on global affairs discussed how the coronation of King Charles will impact the U.K. and world, as well as what it means for the future of the British monarchy.
James “Pigeon” Fielder, CSU Instructor in the Department of Political Science, had the honor of speaking at TEDxMileHigh this past November where he discussed the power of games. Games, as he describes, are spaces inside which ritual becomes real to the participants. Games allow you to work together to overcome obstacles that feel real but are […]
A project to construct school buildings for orphans in a Uganda village – started by a Colorado State University custodian and student more than seven years ago – has not only survived the pandemic but expanded, and fundraising continues for additional improvements.
On the evening of October 28, the Lory Student Center Ballroom at Colorado State University was set to host the final scheduled public debate between the two front-runners for Colorado’s U.S. Senate seat, Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet and Republican challenger Joe O’Dea. With only forty audience members in attendance, it was an intimate setting for the […]
A cohort of seven Colorado State University faculty members are the first of a new initiative by the Office of Vice President for Research to help faculty influence public policy.