"You don't have to have a disability to benefit from occupational therapy," explains occupational therapist and Assistant Professor Lisa Fyffe.
HABIC-forming: Dog-assisted therapy program has enduring impact
The first time Georgia Granger was struck by the powerful effect that animals can have on people was more than 40 years ago, when she was feeling sad.
Health and Exercise Science breaks ground on lab expansion
Faculty from the Department of Health and Exercise Science joined CSU officials to celebrate a groundbreaking for the expansion of a very special lab on campus.
Thanks to a landmark $8.1 million gift from Nancy and Curt Richardson, CSU soon will have an iconic design center that will showcase and elevate several of its signature academic programs.
Assistant Professor Rachel Lucas-Thompson is the principal investigator on the pilot project titled "Moving to Mindful: Reducing Stress and Anxiety in High-Risk Teens Using a Mindfulness Intervention."
It's not easy to make kale and chard sexy, but two Colorado State University graduate students have found clever ways to get everyone to eat more leafy greens in 2017.
Colorado State University has launched a $1 billion fundraising campaign.
Building popsicle stick popsicle bridges in the seventh grade was how Alex Romero knew construction was her passion.
A group of 86 native Spanish-speaking Fort Collins High School students visited campus recently to cap off their fall semester experience in "Caminos."
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