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Colorado State Hires New Associate Provost for International Programs
A longtime international affairs expert with substantial experience at Harvard University will join Colorado State as the new Associate Provost for International Programs and Director of the Office of International Programs. He began his new job on Jan. 3.
Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine has ranked Colorado State University in the top 100 in the nation for quality education and affordability in their annual 100 Best Values in Public Colleges rankings. Kiplinger's ranked Colorado State 73rd, closely with universities such as the University of California-Irvine, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Arkansas.
The top 100 universities on Kiplinger's list are selected from a pool of more than 500 public four-year colleges and universities. The schools on the Kiplinger list were ranked according to academic quality, cost and financial aid. For more information on rankings, visit http://www.kiplinger.com/tools/colleges.
MLK Day Celebrated with Multiple Events
The Fort Collins, Loveland and Colorado State University communities will gather for joint activities in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 16. The theme of this year's celebration is "R!se Up: You Are the Dream."
Martin Luther King Jr. Day events include the traditional one-mile march from Colorado State's historic Oval to Linden Street in Old Town, Fort Collins. During previous years, about 4,000 people participated in the march. In addition, programs on the Oval and in Old Town will be part of the festivities.
Other activities include entertainment by the Rainbow Chorus, a keynote address by Blane Harding, an ethnic studies professor at Colorado State, storytelling, the Logo Ligi drumming and dance troupe, refreshments and more. Visit www.mlkfortcollins.org for more information about local Martin Luther King Jr. Day events.