Michael Carolan on CSU’s food supply task force providing rapid-response research for COVID-19

Originally appeared in SOURCE. Article by Anne Manning. Food supply task force at CSU providing rapid-response research for COVID-19 During a global pandemic that changes daily, rapid-response scientific research isn’t just about finding vaccines or antiviral treatments. The COVID-19 pandemic has produced a ripple effect of economic devastation, much of it tied to how Americans […]

Elena Windsong and Tara Opsal honored as Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence Fellows

Joyce McConnell, President of CSU, and Shannon Archibeque-Engle, Assistant Vice President for Strategic Initiatives and Assessment in the Vice President for Diversity office, recognized Tara Opsal and Elena Windsong at the 2020 Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence Awards Ceremony. Joyce wrote about the institute in her weekly email message to the campus community: “Last week, […]

KuoRay Mao receives Outstanding Article Award from The American Society of Criminology (ASC) Division on Critical Criminology & Social Justice (DCCSJ)

KuoRay Mao was awarded The American Society of Criminology (ASC) Division on Critical Criminology & Social Justice’s (DCCSJ) Outstanding Article Award for his work “The Treadmill of Taxation: Desertification and Organizational State Deviance in Minqin Oasis, China” published by Critical Criminology. Please find the article here.