Colorado State University
Combine a vibrant college town atmosphere with rigorous academics and an active alumni network and you have a place where a student’s college experience will be remembered for decades after graduation.
Katharine Wormus has worked at Colorado State University for a little more than 10 years, beginning in the Office of International Programs, INTO CSU, and now as Senior Coordinator for the Community for Excellence Scholar Programs for Puksta and Reisher Scholar Programs. She also teaches “A Call to Lead” for the President’s Leadership Program through the Student Leadership, Involvement and Civic Engagement office and serves on the board for the Fort Collins International Center. While earning her Master’s in Student Affairs at CSU, she did an assistant ship in Apartment Life then worked with the Student Diversity Programs and Services advising the Denver Scholarship Foundation recipients. Before coming to CSU, she worked as a teacher and track coach in k-12 schools. Katharinegraduated high school in Fort Collins from Poudre High School then earned two bachelor’s degrees in International Affairs/Political Science and French from the University of Maine. She has studied abroad twice in France and Canada. Since starting at CSU in 2006, Kate founded Shades of CSU, an organization for multiracial students, and Global Ambassadors Program, a speaker’s bureau for cross-cultural outreach. Katharine has lived in Fort Collins for over 20 years where she currently resides as a widow with her two sons, Braden, 17 and Evan, 11.