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Design and Merchandising student designs accepted for ITAA annual conference

FORT COLLINS – Four students in the apparel design concentration in the Department of Design and Merchandising, College of Applied Human Sciences, will have their apparel...

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Sheafor completes 11th edition of popular social work textbook

FORT COLLINS – Brad Sheafor, professor in the School of Social Work, College of Applied Human Sciences, has completed work on the 11th edition of Social...

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College of Applied Human Sciences welcomes new associate dean for research Jean Lehmann

FORT COLLINS – A long time faculty member in the School of Education, Jean P. Lehmann, professor and the interim director of the School, has been...

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Construction Management to celebrate LEED Certification of Guggenheim Hall project with open house

FORT COLLINS – A remodeling project in Guggenheim Hall, home of the Department of Construction Management, College of Applied Human Sciences, was recently recognized by the...

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CSU grant to help train future food and fiber professionals in socially responsible promotion

FORT COLLINS - Colorado State University has received a $449,000 grant from the U. S. Department of Agriculture to develop curriculum for students across the nation...

Thao Le

Human Development and Family Studies faculty member receives grant for communities empowering youth

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University’s Human Development and Family Studies Assistant Professor Thao Le recently received a three-year grant in collaboration with the National Council...

Diane Sparks

Professor in design and merchandising serving as visiting professor in Hong Kong

Fort Collins – Diane Sparks, professor in the Department of Design and Merchandising, College of Applied Human Sciences, accepted an invitation to serve as visiting professor...

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Construction Management and Design & Merchandising Students Participate in Homecoming Parade

A Homecoming float built by the Construction Management Club garnered first place honors in the Campus Organizations Division. Ashly Ham, president of the Construction Management...

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Institute for the Built Environment Assists Loveland Company with LEED Certification

The Institute for the Built Environment (IBE), helped Porter Industries, a large cleaning and facility maintenance company gain a LEED for Existing Buildings Gold Certification -...

Loren Cordain

Health and Exercise Science professor Loren Cordain to participate in Harvard symposium

Loren Cordain, professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science, College of Applied Human Sciences, will participate in a conference entitled Milk, Hormones, & Human...

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COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY PART OF NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION $2.55 MILLION GRANT TO ADVANCE HIGH SCHOOL BIOLOGY AND MATH PREPARATION

FORT COLLINS - The National Science Foundation has awarded a $2.55 million grant to Rutgers, Colorado State University and two partner institutions to advance high school...

Abbey Miller

Interior Design student receives prestigious scholarship from NEWH

Fort Collins - Abigail Miller, a senior majoring in interior design in the Department of Design and Merchandising, College of Applied Human Sciences, received a $5,000...

Manfred Diehl

New director of the Center on Aging brings research expertise to Colorado State

Fort Collins – Manfred Diehl, a gerontologist and distinguished researcher in the area of aging, recently joined the faculty in the Department of Human Development and...

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The IMPACT stroke rehabilitation project comes to CSU

Stroke or "brain attack," as it is sometimes called, is the leading cause of long-term disability in the United States. Accordingly, most survivors of stroke...