Did you know the protective clothing that firefighters wear can be a hazard because it is bulky and may make it hard to see, walk, and move? CSU clothing design researcher Juyeon Park is working to create a suit that improves movement while keeping its protective features.
The Early Childhood Center provides high quality education to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers while serving as an important learning and research laboratory for CSU faculty and students. Read more about the ECC’s new home in the historic Washington School.
Health care industry headlines are often focused on the challenges of cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, and healthy aging. At the HPCRL, researchers are passionate about helping enhance the quality of our lives by finding ways to overcome those challenges and prevent disease.
If you’re on a quest to eat a healthful diet, CSU’s Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center combines fun cooking classes with the latest research-based nutritional counseling to tailor diets for weight loss, health concerns, and food allergies.
The CM Cares program partners CM students with industry mentors to complete need-based construction related projects in the community while developing well-rounded, self-motivated individuals with a passion for service.