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Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Our campus is facing a challenging time. We are listening and would like to address your questions and concerns.
    Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Marie Humphrey, VP of Enrollment Management, Communications and Student Affairs Chrissy Holliday, and Provost and Executive VP of Academic Affairs Dr. Mohamed Abelrahman are hosting two open student forums at the OSC Fireplace today from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
2 days
  • Our campus is facing a challenging time. We are listening and would like to address your questions and concerns.
    Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Marie Humphrey, VP of Enrollment Management, Communications and Student Affairs Chrissy Holliday, and Provost and Executive VP of Academic Affairs Dr. Mohamed Abelrahman are hosting two open student forums at the OSC Fireplace on Monday, April 15 from 5-6 p.m., and Tuesday, April 16 from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Our campus is facing a challenging time. We are listening and would like to address your questions and concerns.
    Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Marie Humphrey, VP of Enrollment Management, Communications and Student Affairs Chrissy Holliday, and Provost and Executive VP of Academic Affairs Dr. Mohamed Abelrahman are hosting two open student forums at the OSC Fireplace on Monday, April 15 from 5-6 p.m., and Tuesday, April 16 from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
    In addition, the Department of Mass Communications and Center for New Media is hosting a meeting with their students Monday, April 15 at 1 p.m. in BCC 103G.

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Dear Students:
    CSU-Pueblo announced some expense reductions yesterday that were aimed at helping us eliminate a $3 million deficit we are facing for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1. Yesterday’s announcement was not about cutting academic or student service programs, but instead a change in the way those services are performed, and in some cases, by whom.
    We identified $2.6 million in reductions that included departmental and operational expenses, as well as both voluntary and involuntary faculty and staff reductions. In total, 16 positions across campus were impacted or restructured through voluntary retirement, separation incentives, or non-replacement of vacant positions. Another eight positions were non-voluntary reductions in personnel in the Center for International Programs, Mass Communications, and Engineering/Physics. Our University leadership will continue working with the President’s Budget Advisory Council to balance the remaining portion of the deficit.
    In the past 24 hours, we have heard from students concerned about the status of their academic programs, and whether they can finish their degrees. The answer is a resounding yes. This institution is committed to our students and your learning, and these budget adjustments do not change that. Instead, this is about finding ways to retool the institution to live within our means.
    I also know some students are asking whether we will still recruit and support international students. The answer is we absolutely will do so. Our Center for International Programs (CIP) will be unchanged until June 30 of this year. At that time, we will finalize a reorganization that will result in a Multicultural Center that will incorporate a variety of diversity-focused programming, to include international students, and the movement of the recruitment, admissions and visa functions from CIP to other departments within our Enrollment Management area that will ensure a seamless transition for our international student population.
    This is a challenging time for our campus, but I am confident that this University will emerge as a stronger and more viable institution.
    If you have questions that you want answered, Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Marie Humphrey and I are hosting two open student forums next week at the OSC Fireplace – Monday, April 15 from 5-6 p.m., and Tuesday, April 16 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. In addition, the Department of Mass Communications and Center for New Media is hosting a meeting with their students on Monday, April 15 at 1 p.m. in BCC 103G.
    Best wishes,
    Chrissy Holliday
    Vice President of Enrollment Management, Communication and Student Affairs
    CSU-Pueblo

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Colorado State University-Pueblo has announced the names of six local students who will receive prominent, full-ride scholarships through the CSU-Pueblo Foundation. These high-achieving students will receive the Kane Family Foundation Scholarship.
    Students were selected based on their high school academic record, merit, written essays, and a competitive two-tier interview process. The Kane Scholarship covers the recipient's tuition, book expenses, and mandatory fees in pursuit of a four-year bachelor's degree at CSU-Pueblo.
    The 2019 CSU-Pueblo Kane Family Foundation Scholars are: Nicole Buttram (Pueblo Centennial), Erin Dionisio (Pueblo School for Engineering and Biomedical Science), Mikayla Lerch (Pueblo West), Emma Lesser (Rye High School), Ju Won Park (Pueblo East) and Andrew Watson (Pueblo South).
    Nicole Buttram, Pueblo Centennial, will major in business management and minor in leadership studies and mass communications while at CSU-Pueblo. Buttram was active in student government, speech and debate, national honor society, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA,) DECA and volleyball. Nicole was a state qualifier in DECA, FBLA and a national qualifier runner up in speech and debate. Nicole's volunteer activities include Junior Achievement volunteer educator for elementary students, science fair judging through Science National Honor Society and Christmas gift wrapping with her speech and debate club. Nicole will graduate with a 4.4 cumulative grade point average (GPA).
    Erin Dionisio, Pueblo School for Engineering and Biomedical Science, will major in psychology while at CSU-Pueblo with plans to become a psychologist after graduation. Dionisio was very involved in high school and in the Pueblo community. Erin has completed over 75 hours of community service and has completed many college classes through concurrent enrollment. She is a member of National Honor Society, as well as Italian National Honor Society. Erin competes in tennis for Pueblo County High School and shows livestock through her 4-H club.
    Mikayla Lerch, Pueblo West, will major in psychology and minor in political science and legal studies while at CSU-Pueblo in preparation for a career as an attorney. Lerch will graduate from high school with a 4.34 cumulative GPA. Throughout high school Mikayla has been involved in student council where she held the position of class president for three years and the position of student body president her senior year. She's also a member of National Honor Society, dance team, and track and field. Mikayla's community involvement and volunteerism includes Tom and Louie's Cupboard city-wide food drive, local festivals, nursing homes, soup kitchens, cancer awareness walks, and blood drives. She is a member of the YWCA Junior Board and the Pueblo County Youth Advisory Council. Mikayla's efforts in the community were recognized by the YWCA Tribute to Women event when she was nominated for the Young Leader Award. While volunteering for Colorado State Senator Leroy Garcia, she was delegated the responsibility of lead volunteer coordinator for his re-election campaign.
    Emma Lesser, Rye, will major in mathematics while at CSU-Pueblo. She will graduate with a cumulative grade point average of 4.14. Lesser received the Principal's honor roll with distinction all four years of high school, as well as numerous specialized awards for science, mathematics, and English. Lesser participated in volleyball, basketball, track, National Honor Society, Knowledge Bowl, and Rachel's Challenge. Emma received an academic excellence award in math and science and was on the champion team of the CSU-Pueblo Math Bowl.
    Ju Won Park, Pueblo East, will major in pre-nursing as preparation for a career as a certified registered nurse anesthetist. Park participated in National Honor Society, DECA, choir, and dance team. Her volunteer activities include Rake Up Pueblo, letter writing to veterans in local nursing homes, Operation Paint Brush and many volunteer hours at her local church. Park received a varsity letter for dance, was a section winner for hospitality and tourism for DECA and received honor roll distinction due to her excellent academic GPA of 4.65.
    Andrew Watson, Pueblo South, will major in Biology (environmental biosciences) while at CSU-Pueblo. Watson will graduate from high school with a 4.05 cumulative GPA. Andrew has participated in the stars peer mentoring program, is a member of the Pueblo Youth Advisory Council, Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership state ambassador, Rotary 43 student Rotarian and Junior Achievement. He was an academic letter recipient, junior escort and a member of National Honor Society. As a student athlete, Andrew participated in football, baseball and track. Andrew continues to volunteer many hours at the El Pueblo History Museum on a weekly-basis.

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Congratulations The Today at CSU-Pueblo staffers who won awards at the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards last weekend.
    Winners include:
    Victoria Ruiz - a finalist for "Huge mistakes made by food service" in breaking news.
    James Gavato - a finalist for "Hudson Hribar is Thunderwolf football's newest lifetime member" in feature writing.
    Melanie Mau - a finalist for "Tundra, the face of CSU-Pueblo" in feature writing.
    Tracey Williams - winner of the feature photography category for "Tundra, the face of CSU-Pueblo".
    Deanna Harrison - winner in sports photography for "Thunderwolves grab 100th win".
    WINNER - best news site affiliated with a print paper: The Today at CSU-Pueblo.
    #developingpeople #gogetit #gotit #puebloproud

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Congrats to our Cybersecurity program for their recent accomplishments and recognition!
    #developingpeople #gogetit #experentiallearning

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Happy Friday Pack Nation!
    Safe travels for those exploring Colorado and for those traveling for athletic events!

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • CSU-Pueblo ALERT-WEATHER-CO SPRINGS: Due to inclement weather, CSU-Pueblo Ft. Carson and CSU-Pueblo Tower on Circle Dr. locations will be closing at 1:00 p.m. today 4/10/19.

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Attention CSU-Pueblo faculty and staff!
    RSVP for $1 tickets by April 12th to the President’s Office for the annual Faculty/Staff Recognition Luncheon on April 17, 11:30-1:30 in the OSC Ballroom. Classified staff is having a 50/50 raffle.
    $1 tickets until April 12.
    $5 tickets after April 12.

Colorado State University-Pueblo
Colorado State University-Pueblo
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  • Celebrating the renewal of a longtime partnership with Rocky Mountain PBS.

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