Can virtual reality play a role in veterinary education? CSU researchers think so

Cyane Tornatzky, an associate professor in the Department of Art and Art History and a VetVR collaborator, is energized by the team’s translational application of an emerging technology. “In electronic art, we have this long history of things like interactive kiosks, websites as art forms, and this idea that video games can have serious content,” […]

CSU faculty, students head to COP27 in Egypt to advocate for aspects of global climate change policy

CSU is a global leader in climate change education and research and has been selected to host a unique art exhibit and side events at the U.S. Center Pavilion in the negotiation zone of COP27. The CSU team will be hosting a booth and several panel discussions in the main area of the COP27 during the 12-day summit Nov. 6-18. in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt in the Sinai Peninsula.

FoCo Mama to the Rescue: Art and Art History Alum steps up and helps students, parents alike.

Kathy McHugh Bauer (B.F.A., ’74) handed her ticket to the agent at the Cedar Rapids Airport. It was the fall of 1970 and she was about to start college at Colorado State University. Though Kathy was a mid-west girl, she felt like an honorary member of the Centennial State. Read more about Baur’s contributions to […]