This summer marked the launch of a new summer program in Environmental Humanities—a combination of three courses in history, writing, and philosophy that are designed to be taught, experienced, and lived at CSU’s Mountain Campus. The courses are offered in two-week blocks, one after the other, in early summer. Ken Shockley, an environmental philosophy professor […]
For those who have studied philosophy beyond an introductory course, it probably does not come as a surprise that philosophy has been among the least demographically diverse academic disciplines in the United States for decades. Not only are the canonical texts and figures representative of the “dead white man” trope, the demographics of philosophy students, […]
Collin Rice joins the department this year as our new philosopher of science with a specialty in philosophy of biology. Rice holds a BA from Simpson College where he majored in Physics and Philosophy and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Missouri. Before coming to CSU, he spent a year as a Postdoctoral […]
Farewells Colorado State University is celebrating the life and legacy of the late Bernie Rollin, a beloved University Distinguished Professor who passed away last year at the age of 78 after a 50+ year career at CSU. The university is hosting a memorial service for Bernie on Wednesday, Sept. 7, from 3-5 p.m. in the […]
Meet our 2022 Graduates! Brady Knott Brady Knott graduates with a concentration in global philosophies and religions, as well a double major in History and a minor in Legal Studies. He plans to serve as a Catholic missionary after graduation. Brady finds religion very interesting and studying it as a philosophy student offered him a […]
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
Ethical questions in the medical field have challenged practitioners since the age of Aristotle. With the focus and training in applied ethics, alumni Eli Weber and Gwendy Reyes-Illg use their graduate philosophy education in their careers as a bioethics director for Kaiser Permanente and a practicing veterinarian.
This summer, the College of Liberal Arts is excited to offer a 9-credit opportunity for undergraduate students to study the environmental humanities during Summer Session at CSU’s Mountain Campus.
Professors Emeriti Jim Boyd and Sue Ellen Markey have established the James W. Boyd, Sr. and Sue Ellen Markey (Charlton) Education Abroad Scholarship in the Office of International Programs. Read about their lifetimes of international adventure and commitment to global education in this year’s winter issue of the CLA Magazine.
The Philosophy Department continues its excellent track record of producing outstanding graduates in the College of Liberal Arts. Read about Fall 2021 Outstanding Grad Jude Cyr‘s journey during his time at CSU.