Ram Walk Has a New Look Lapham’s contest entry spoke to the campus experience By Mike Brohard A few hours after a morning thunderstorm had moved through the area, allowing Meridian Avenue to dry, Jocelyn Lapham was back at work. With help from some fellow students, she was busy outlining design aspects inside 8-foot-tall letters […]
The CSU Alumni Association’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award is given to a student who demonstrates strong involvement, leadership, and a commitment to upholding CSU’s values, traditions, and spirit. This year’s recipient, Alanis Hernandez, is a truly extraordinary young woman, a first-generation student who is deeply committed to her cultural heritage and to helping […]
First-year Graphic Design graduate student Sumanma Wadhwa’s “Breastfeeding – Taboo or Celebration?” has been recognized three times this year by CSU.
Originally published on Alumnline by Matt Manguso. Data is a notoriously cold medium. For most people, the facts, figures, and statistics found within it are best relegated to spreadsheets and graphs where they tell a dry and tedious story. Stefanie Posavec (B.F.A., ’02) sees data differently. As an artist and award-winning-author, Posavec has done something […]
Christine Moore-Bonbright, a senior art major with a concentration in graphic design, works in the Creative Services department at RMSMC. She won a first place award for best sponsored content or native advertising for her “CSU Podcast Spotlight,” which appeared in CSU Life – an RMSMC publication targeted at the University’s faculty and staff. Read the […]
Jordan Tate is the founder of Creative Duke Media, a digital marketing agency located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is also an alumnus of the Department of Art and History, where he studied graphic design and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Fine Art. Tate’s story is one of talent, resiliency, adaptation, and faith. […]
Congratulations to Roberto Muntoreanu, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design! Roberto has been recognized for his stellar contributions to student success as part of CSU’s “Halfway There Celebration.”
Students in a graphic design class at Colorado State University got some real-world experience working for a client when they took on a marketing job for the CSU Energy Institute’s rural electrification project in Rwanda. And the experience led to an internship for one art student who has had to gain a better understanding of […]