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CSU’s First Amendment Conversation Panel held at the Iris & Michael Smith Alumni Center, December 13, 2017.The conversation series is hosted by the Multicultural Staff & Faculty Network and the Office of the President, in partnership with the Vice President for Diversity and the Center for Public Deliberation.Be aware that they might videotape or photograph such reactions to use on social media and online publications for their group’s own promotion, recruitment and fundraising purposes.The Provost’s Office and the Office of the Vice President for Diversity have compiled pedagogical resources that faculty might consult in order to be prepared to engage their students around First Amendment topics as they emerge and evolve on campus.Organized as a peaceful assembly against hate, CSUnite was part of the ongoing work across the institution to stand up to ignorance and hate with education, knowledge, and understanding. Shannon Archibeque-Engle (far left) from the Colorado State University Office of the Vice President for Diversity moderated the Presidents' Panel during the Think Tank: Free Speech Summit, which featured CSU President and CSU System Chancellor Tony Frank; Dorothy Horrell, chancellor of University of Colorado Denver; and Timothy Mottet, president of CSU-Pueblo.Colorado State University’s Office of the Vice President for Diversity hosted a free speech summit in April 2018 in partnership with the Colorado Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education and in collaboration with the Colorado State University’s Office of the President.See the How to Respond to Incidents of Bias & Hate resource page.CSUnite: No Place for Hate took place on Thursday, March 29, 2018, an all-university walk and community gathering to stand up for our university principles and demonstrate that CSU is No Place for Hate.
There are several events held each year on campus – speakers, political rallies, demonstrations, and non-political activities such as sporting events – which may inspire you to exercise your rights under the First Amendment.
President Tony Frank announced the event in his Spring Break Message to campus.
This event promoted an inclusive campus and to acknowledge we cannot move forward as a community unless we do so together.
As a state institution of higher education, the University celebrates, honors, and respects the First Amendment and your right to free speech.
However, those rights are not without limit, and it’s important to understand what constitutes protected expressive activity and what is not permitted at this public university.
CSU has a Free Speech and Peaceful Assembly policy, which you can access online.