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 […]
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.
Visiting professor Doug Finn, Ph.D. joined the CSU community and the Department of Philosophy in August 2021 as a result of a gift from Fr. Don Willette to establish an endowed faculty position for Catholic studies. We checked in with Finn on his first semester of teaching at CSU.
“I came to CSU so unsure of myself and my direction, but the encouragement and mentorship of my professors has helped me grow more than I thought possible, both intellectually and personally.”
Tough but compassionate. Someone who made you think.
Over the years, those are a couple of ways people have described Bernie Rollin, a University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University widely known as the father of veterinary medical ethics.
Guest speaker Stephen Gardiner, professor of philosophy and human dimensions of the environment at the University of Washington, will present his take on the world’s state of climate crisis and what we can do about it.
The first faculty member to fill the endowed Willette position is Douglas Finn, Ph.D., a one-year visiting professor of Catholic studies.
Weston Jones estimates that he has helped nearly 100 incoming first-year and transfer students find their way within the campus community over the past three years.
Gorelik will be the only rabbi in anyone’s memory to serve as a chaplain in the Colorado National Guard.