5.13.2013 - Social Work Student Helps Homeless Population 'Beat the Heat' with Senior Project Donation DriveThe homeless population in our state bears both extremes of Colorado weather - from biting cold, to blistering heat - with little protection from the harsh environment.
This year, from April 7 to May 4, a student... read full article »
4.26.2013 - CM Cares Reaching New HeightsApril 25, 2013 - "What these students have done is above and beyond what they are required to do," said Tom Bell, project manager at ISEC, Inc., the main industry sponsor of the James and Libby... read full article »
4.11.2013 - Education faculty member receives Fulbright Award to educate faculty and students in AfricaIn early 2012, the University of Ngozi, a co-ed, multi-faith institution with Hutu, Tutsi, and Twa students, signed an International Memorandum of Understanding with CSU's School of Global Environmental Sustainability to pursue sustainable peace and development,... read full article »
3.7.2013 - 2012-2013 CSU School of Education Research on Diversity FellowsThe School of Education Diversity Committee is pleased to announce the 2012-2013 Research on Diversity Fellows. The fellows receive a stipend to support their research. They will present their work as part of the... read full article »
1.30.2013 - Aging Research Study Celebrates 100th ParticipantOn Wednesday, January 23, the Activity Characteristics and Cognition Study celebrated testing their 100th participant. The study is run by Allison Bielak, Ph.D. in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, and has been ongoing... read full article »
1.10.2013 - Colorado State University Researcher Aims to Optimize Aging Experience for Graying PopulationHow does a person know when he or she is old? The answer is more complicated than one might think. A Colorado State University researcher, Manfred Diehl, is working to unravel the complicated interaction between how... read full article »
12.18.2012 - Students with Disabilities Finding Success with Help from the Assistive Technology Resource CenterFor students with disabilities at Colorado State University, increased awareness and advances in technology have helped to make attaining a college degree more accessible than ever. This is thanks to Ellie Gilfoyle, former department head in... read full article »
12.13.2012 - Faces of the Class of 2012 in the College of Applied Human SciencesWhether overcoming tremendous obstacles or achieving academic excellence, these graduates have accomplished a major personal goal and are prepared to begin meaningful careers and become future leaders in their communities.
Social work student shines in the face... read full article »
12.7.2012 - Gerontology Graduate Using Experiences and Education from Colorado State to Help Older AdultsColorado State University alumna Carolyn Song (‘11) has continued to build upon her educational foundation in gerontology. Song, who majored in human development and family studies with a gerontology interdisciplinary minor, is currently completing the post-baccalaureate... read full article »
11.19.2012 - High school students welcome new opportunities at the ISTeC Day for studentsThe ninth annual ISTeC (Information, Science and Technology Center) High School Day brought in students from across the state to the CSU campus to get a firsthand look at information science and technology career paths and... read full article »
10.19.2012 - College Supporters Recognized at the Annual Homecoming and Donor Recognition BreakfastOn Oct. 5, the College of Applied Human Sciences highlighted two special gifts supporting our students – the Fornaro Family Scholars Program and the Repp Distinguished Veterans Program.
Homecoming & Family Weekend is a time when... read full article »
10.12.2012 - CM Float Wins First Place AgainThe Department of Construction Management has continued its tradition of the past several years of winning first place with its float entry in the annual Homecoming Parade. This year, the CM float incorporated the theme of... read full article »
9.18.2012 - Colorado State University Makes GI Jobs Military Friendly Schools ListFORT COLLINS - Colorado State University has been named a Military Friendly School, in the company of the top 15 percent of all colleges, universities and trade schools. The list recognizes higher education institutions that embrace... read full article »
8.9.2012 - DeLoach wins Olympic bronze medalShe had to sweat until the end, but former CSU great Janay DeLoach held on to win the bronze medal in the women's long jump.
Janay DeLoach ('08 human development and family studies and psychology; '12 occupational... read full article »
7.3.2012 - DeLoach qualifies for London OlympicsJanay DeLoach ('08 human development and family studies and psychology; '12 occupational therapy), a three-time All-American at CSU, finished third in the long jump finals Sunday night, July 1, at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field... read full article »
6.7.2012 - College of Applied Human Sciences Students Recipients of Nationally Competitive Gilman ScholarshipTwo undergraduate students from the College of Applied Human Sciences have received the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for study abroad during the 2012 fall semester. They are among a larger group of eight students... read full article »
5.23.2012 - Art Project Beautifies While Creating Culturally Inviting SpacesA new initiative within the College of Applied Human Sciences called “Our Spaces” aims to infuse the College environment with more culturally-welcoming and diverse images, while simultaneously adding interest and beauty to our College offices. ... read full article »
4.26.2012 - Colorado State University Addressing Needs of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders from Kindergarten through CollegeFORT COLLINS - They’re into cartoon characters, video games and candy like any other teenagers and young adults, and when they’re together, their autism spectrum disorders are barely visible. But an outing to the local shopping... read full article »
4.23.2012 - School of Education Diversity Dialogue SeriesThe 2011 Graduate Research in Diversity Fellowship* Recipients will present findings from their research and engage the audience in dialogue regarding diversity and social institutions.
Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Degree Program in Education and Social Work
Experiences of Students... read full article »
4.23.2012 - Fort Collins Youth Partner with CSU Students to Create "End Racism Now" EventCSU students are partnering with North Fort Collins youth who make up Public Achievement for Community Transformation (PACT) to put on an event to raise awareness and build support to end racism. A partnership of the... read full article »
2.9.2012 - Gilfoyle Endowment for Assistive Technology Resource CenterEllie and Gene Gilfoyle have long been recognized as ardent advocates for creating services and opportunities for people with disabilities. Recently, Ellie culminated their lifelong efforts by establishing the Gene and Ellie Gilfoyle Endowment for the... read full article »
2.7.2012 - Masters Students Visit Qatar for Young Professionals InstituteNine School of Education students recently expanded their educational and travel horizons with a trip to the Qatar Young Professionals Institute in Doha, Qatar. The students, pursuing master’s degrees in Student Affairs in Higher Education, enrolled... read full article »
2.7.2012 - Hawaiian Quilts Featured in Avenir Museum Exhibit through Early August
FORT COLLINS - Colorado State University’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising will feature “Hawaiian Quilts: God in Expression” from Feb. 17 through Aug. 2. The exhibition, which will feature Hawaiian quilts from the Henry and... read full article »
11.22.2011 - Dean's Leadership Council Plans Holiday Party for CORE Center FamiliesFORT COLLINS – The College of Applied Human Sciences Dean’s Leadership Council will host its annual holiday party for children and families in support of the Community Organizing to Reach Empowerment (CORE) Center on Dec. 8.... read full article »
11.10.2011 - Fall Diversity Showcase: Normalizing DisabilityThe School of Social Work’s Diversity and Human Rights Committee presents the inaugural Fall Diversity Showcase on the topic of Normalizing Disability. Rose Kreston, Director of Resources for Disabled Students at CSU, will lead a conversation... read full article »
11.1.2011 - Colorado State University Researchers Receive $1.2 Million Grant to Improve Brain-Computer Interface for People with Motor ImpairmentsFORT COLLINS - A Colorado State University research team has obtained a five-year, $1.2 million grant to develop brain-computer interactions that could help people with severe motor impairments do something as simple as turn on a... read full article »
8.30.2011 - Caravanserai Exhibit Catalogue Now AvailableA new catalogue is now available in print which commemorates the exhibit, “Caravanserai: Carpets, Canvas, Calligraphy, Crafts from the Middle East and North Africa.” Filled with beautiful images from last September's exhibit at Colorado State University’s... read full article »
8.8.2011 - HED Awards Grant for International Collaborative Project with MexicoFORT COLLINS - Colorado State University and the Universidad Iberoamericana and Mi Casa Resource Center this week were awarded a grant to teach green construction skills to Tijuana, Mexico, residents in an effort to improve job... read full article »
7.11.2011 - Outstanding Family and Consumer Sciences Student Receives AwardsMelanie DeHerrera, a family and consumer sciences major from Antonito, Colo., was awarded the Lucille and Charles Terrell Memorial Award for the 2011 school year. DeHerrera was chosen from juniors and seniors in the College... read full article »
6.10.2011 - Rebecca Samaria Lolosoli from Umoja Uaso Village, Samburu, Kenya Visits Fort CollinsRebecca Samaria Lolosoli is an inspiring leader and international advocate for women’s and children’s rights. Her voice and insights on the experience of Samburu indigenous culture is a much-sought commodity worldwide and we have the rare... read full article »
6.8.2011 - TRUTH, LIES AND SPIN : Burundi Faces Forward After Tragic War and ViolenceNow in 2011 I am serving a second Fulbright sponsored opportunity with the University of Ngozi in northern Burundi, East Africa. This is a small impoverished and crowded nation of nearly nine million people who are... read full article »
4.29.2011 - Colorado State University Launches Study to Better Understand Skills of People with Down SyndromeFORT COLLINS - A new Colorado State University study aims to provide insight into the thinking skills of children with Down syndrome so professionals can improve intervention and education for this population. These aspects of thinking... read full article »
3.10.2011 - Autism Symposium, new project at CSU bring autism discussion to forefrontCathy Schelly is passionate about helping people participate fully in life -- from day-to-day tasks to their ability to enjoy and be successful at work.
That’s why, as director of the Center for Community Partnerships and an... read full article »
2.16.2011 - Colorado State University Professor's New Book Examines Artisan Employment as a Sustainable EnterpriseFORT COLLINS - Mary Littrell, professor and head of the Department of Design and Merchandising at Colorado State University, recently published a new book that looks at artisan work as a form of income for the... read full article »
2.14.2011 - Sarah Deemer – a Ph.D. student with national – diversity in science connections
Sarah Deemer, a third year Ph.D. student received grants from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) -Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program over the last 4 years allowing her to present her... read full article »
2.14.2011 - CM Cares Leadership Course Begins This Semester
The first Leadership Course for the CM Cares initiative begins this semester. The objective of CM Cares is to infuse the traits of community service, leadership, team building, and ethics throughout the culture of the CM... read full article »
1.21.2011 - Applied Human Sciences Professor and Alumni Make Volunteering a Way of LifeToni Schindler Zimmerman, professor in Human Development and Family Studies, has made a point of incorporating volunteering into all aspects of her life, and making sure her children learn to value helping others as well. Ten... read full article »
1.6.2011 - Colorado State University Students with Autism, Aspergers and Traumatic Brain Injury get Partnered with Other CSU Student MentorsFORT COLLINS - More than 100 Colorado State University students fall somewhere on the spectrum of autism and Asperger’s syndrome or have experienced traumatic brain injuries. A $2.3 million grant to CSU now gives these students... read full article »