Alum, CBS4 anchor Benemann’s retirement party to benefit CSU journalism scholarships
Jim Benemann, one of Colorado State University’s most prominent alumni in Colorado media, is retiring from his position as CBS4 anchor this month, and he has chosen CSU’s Department of Journalism and Media Communication as...
Activist Masih Alinejad, one of Time’s 2023 Women of the Year, to speak at CSU
Iranian-American journalist, author and women’s rights activist Masih Alinejad is scheduled to speak at CSU on Monday, April 3. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., and the talk is slated to begin at 5:30 p.m.
Students, faculty declare Rockies job fair a home run
The event was hosted by the new Colorado Rockies Sport Management Institute at Colorado State University exclusively for CSU sport management students.
Understanding hesitancy of routine vaccinations JMC Ph.D. Candidate shares research with El Paso County through CSU Extension internship
Joy Enyinnaya continues her research on misinformation by researching trends surrounding COVID information and vaccine hesitancy, providing education about herd immunity and documenting parents’ hesitancies about routine vaccinations in a summer CSU Extension internship in...
The Audit Podcast: CSU filmmakers’ new documentary looks to uncover the ‘Big Lie’ about mail-in voting
CSU Journalism and Media Communication Instructors Steve Weiss and Jesse Grace spoke on the Audit podcast about the film and its focus on the controversy over mail-in voting during the 2020 U.S. election, along with...
NSF funds $2 million CSU project aimed at keeping air inside homes healthy
Engineers and social scientists will study how contaminants migrate in and through homes and how human behavior and the home environment intersect to influence overall health.
Python hunting to ‘cocaine hippos,’ NBC News correspondent shares wildlife stories illuminating changing climate
Kerry Sanders was keynote speaker for CSU’s inaugural Donald and Lorena Wildlife Photo and Video Symposium.
NBC News Correspondent Kerry Sanders to speak at CSU photo and video symposium Oct. 6
NBC News Correspondent Kerry Sanders, who regularly appears on NBC Nightly News, Today, and MSNBC, is the keynote speaker for the inaugural Donald and Lorena Wildlife Photo and Video Symposium.
Former JMC department chair Greg Luft to serve as interim VP for marketing and communications
Colorado State University Interim President Rick Miranda has named Professor Greg Luft, longtime chair of the University’s Department of Journalism and Media Communication, as CSU’s interim vice president for marketing and communications, effective Sept. 15.
The Audit Podcast: Can social marketing keep wildlife – and you – safe? This CSU researcher says the right messaging can help
Colorado State University Associate Professor Katie Abrams discusses how the right message – and the right photo op – can help influence our behavior out in the wild.
Q&A: CSU social media expert talks Elon Musk, Twitter trolling and the attention economy
CSU journalism professor Michael Humphrey analyzed Elon Musk’s bid to buy Twitter, the multimillionaire’s habit of trolling and why any of us care about this at all.
CSU students recognized with national award for multimedia piece sharing trans experiences
Rocky Mountain Student Media was recognized by the Hearst Foundation for its coverage of the trans community on the CSU campus.
Rams support Rams: How 3 CSU grads landed at a small TV station in Mississippi
Three CSU grads all landed at a small TV station in Mississippi for their first jobs out of college. This unique situation has given them a support system they didn’t know they needed.
Student film festival starts new annual tradition
The Through the Student Lens Film Festival—the first and only film festival created for CSU students and alumni—got its start just as the pandemic forced festivals and events all over the world to go virtual....
Clark Building to receive expansion and transformation
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
Celebrate CLA! Faculty and staff recognized for outstanding contributions to teaching, research, and service in 2022
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledges the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers for 2022.
JMC Ph.D. student explores brain-computer interface technologies as an art therapy resource
Ph.D. student Stephanie Scott is investigating how to integrate art therapy and other creative expression into discussions around brain-computer interface (BCI) technologies. Her research explores how BCIs can be more inclusive for neurodiverse users and...
What’s at stake for Trump, Twitter and politics if the tweeter-in-chief returns from banishment
Any speculation about whether Donald Trump will return to Twitter after his permanent suspension in 2021 must begin with two caveats. First, we do not know for sure if, or when, the presumed new owner...
Rocky Mountain Student Media wins 10 awards from Society of Professional Journalists
Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation once again won big during the annual Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence awards.
Community Engaged Workshop to Address Misinformation
Stop the Spread is a community-academic partnership that identifies, addresses, and prevents misinformation around the topic of pandemic disease. Join leaders in the field of science communication at CSU for an interactive workshop that draws...