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Colorado State University's Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising celebrated the launch of a nearly $6 million expansion and renovation project with a groundbreaking ceremony on Jan. 27.
Registration is now open for Youth Sport Camps – keep your kids healthy and engaged this summer with a broad range of sports and activity camps for grades K-8.
Colorado State University's Occupational Therapy Program earns top ranking by students and recent graduates.
FSHN Researcher Tiffany Weir, who studies intestinal microbiota, received the 2014 Future Leader Award from the North American branch of the International Life Sciences Institute.
Mentoring program pairing at-risk youth with CSU students changes lives in positive ways
Students in the CM program participate in regional and national competitions that showcase their teamwork, leadership, and management skills as applied to actual construction projects.
In her book, Peace Through Healing: My Vision for a New Middle East, co-written with Carrie Glenny, Catrene Malshey-Payan (’12) explores the repercussions of nation-wide grief and provides her take on how to end the Middle East conflict.
James Folkestad, associate professor, is working with a team to develop a computer game that challenges players to recognize their cognitive biases and then learn strategies to avoid them.
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