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 […]
Colorado State University’s Year of Democracy and Civic Engagement is kicking off its Thematic Year centered on democracy and civic engagement, with two special events on September 14.
Leticia Madrigal-Tapia — a third-year CSU student in the College of Liberal Arts majoring in political science — has been selected to receive the Voyager Scholarship, formally known as the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service.
CSU Political Science Professor Stephen Mumme talks about the DOJ’s lawsuit against the state of Texas and the water boundary treaty it’s based on.
The Department of Political Science at Colorado State University is honored to recognize Aidan Lyde as the 2023 Outstanding Senior. Throughout his time at CSU, Lyde embodied the mission and values of the department—demonstrating excellence in academics, co-curricular activities, experiential learning, student leadership, public service, and a dedication to environmental policy. Lyde transferred to CSU during the […]
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 […]
On February 28, Colorado State University welcomed Ambassador William B. Taylor to campus as keynote speaker for the 2023 CSU International Symposium. Ambassador Taylor served as chargé d’affaires at the U.S. embassy in Kyiv in 2019 and as the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine from 2006 to 2009. He is currently vice president, Europe and Russia at the U.S. […]
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 […]
By Elise Dietrich As part of a continuing effort to bring community members and city leaders on campus to engage with students, the Straayer Center for Public Service Leadership along with the CSU Political Science department hosted a series of events to support and educate members of the campus community prior to the November 8 election. The […]
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.