Workshops and Training

iTech Coffee Breaks - Spring 2015 Schedule 

​The iTech Coffee Breaks are an initiative aimed to promote among CSU-Pueblo Faculty the benefits of web-assisted instruction.  They provide an open space for discussion around best practices and potential uses of instructional technologies, and it offers basic training in the use of web-based technologies, tools and other online attributes.​

Blackboard Assignments & Rubrics

Thursday, March 5, 2015


LARC 217

This is a hands-on workshop where you will learn how to set up rubrics in Blackboard for different types of assignments.  This tool could provide you with a mean to convey to your students what is expected from them in each assignment, thus helping them to keep on track to meet the requirements of your course.  Also, rubrics could help you ensure that you have consistent and impartial grading and they could save you time during the assessment process.​

For more information, please contact Yaneth Correa at 719.549.2470​

Community Partner Speaker Series - Spring 2015 Schedule

The Community Partner Speaker Series is designed to connect faculty, staff, and students to community organizations and their leaders and to develop meaningful reciprocal partnerships between CSU-Pueblo and the local community. Attend any of the Community Partner Speaker Series events to establish a new partnership, connect with a local leader, and learn about community-based research opportunities and other potential community engagement initiatives.

Pueblo House

Janet Wilson, Director/Founder

Wednesday, March 18, 2015


OUC – Cottonwood Room # 202

About: The mission of Pueblo House is to empower the local community though education, music, art, and gardens. Pueblo House works to develop creative community space in Pueblo, Colorado. The organization takes old abandoned and boarded up homes, remodels them, and creates a fun zone for kids on the East Side.

April speaker to be announced soon!

RSVP today! - RSVPs are encouraged but not required; however, space will be limited.

For additional information or to suggest a future speaker or topic, please contact Shanna Farmer at 719.549.2691 or​​