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Alan McBride

'Facing the hurt: Grass roots sharing, listening and understanding' by Bill Timpson

Bill Timpson, recipient of a Fulbright Senior Specialist's Award, continues his report on the turmoil - and search for peaceful resolutions - in Northern Ireland ...

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Congratulations to Award Winning Students for Undergraduate Creativity and Research

Congratulations to the following College of Applied Human Sciences Undergraduates who received awards this spring during Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC). Apparel...

Lillian Fountain Smith Conference

NUTRITION COLUMN - WOMEN'S HEALTH, WEIGHT MAINTENANCE, VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY UNDER DISCUSSION AT SMITH CONFERENCE

FORT COLLINS - What are the risks and benefits of estrogen for post-menopausal women? Does a baby aspirin a day help keep the heart doctor away?...

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'A bridge to Fountain: Jeannette Warke crosses communities' by Bill Timpson

Bill Timpson, who is in Northern Ireland on a Fulbright Senior Specialist's Award, continues his report with a poignant story about one woman's efforts to bring...

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Subjects needed for cardiovascular research study

The Human Cardiovascular Physiology Laboratory in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University needs volunteers for a cardiovascular study: -...

Dr. Jerry W. Gilley, President (on the right), and President-Elect, M. Lane Morris, from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Jerry W. Gilley to be Next President of the Academy of Human Resource Development

Jerry W. Gilley, professor and chair of the Organizational Performance and Change program in the School of Education at Colorado State University, is the new president...

Bride and Groom

NUTRITION COLUMN - HELP NEWLYWEDS BEGIN A LIFE OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS TOGETHER

FORT COLLINS - Spring and summer are popular times of the year for weddings. In fact, according to several wedding-related Web sites, the most popular months...

Preschooler involved in Food Friends program

Teaching Healthy Habits & Moving With the Times

Gertie Gouda and Rudy D. Radish, "Food Friends" characters developed to help preschoolers gain a willingness to try new foods, are just that – characters. However,...

Nicole Brown

School of Education Student Receives Prestigious Scholarship

Nicole Brown, a master's student in Organizational Performance and Change (OPC) in the School of Education, was recently awarded a prestigious $1000 scholarship from the Society...

Street in Northern Ireland

'Reconciling our differences: The case for assisted progress' by Bill Timpson

Bill Timpson, who is in Northern Ireland on a Fulbright Senior Specialist’s Award, continues his report on the ‘Troubles,’ reconciliation and assisted progress in that troubled...

College of Applied Human Sciences graduates

Profiles of Graduates - Spring 2006

College of Applied Human Sciences semester graduates receive degrees during the May 12 ceremony. Following are brief profiles on just a few of the accomplished...

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Food Science and Human Nutrition Student Receives Outstanding Community Volunteer Award from the Student Organizations Office

Fort Collins – Arielle Dani Fishman, senior in Food Science and Human Nutrition (FSHN), received the 2006 Outstanding Community Volunteer Award through SOAR (Student Organization...

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NUTRITION COLUMN - COPING WITH FIBROMYALGIA SYMPTOMS

FORT COLLINS - Think back to the last time you had a bad case of the flu. Every muscle shouted out in pain, and you felt...

Celebrate Colorado State 2005-2006 Awards and Honors

Congratulations to the 2006 College of Applied Human Sciences Winners of University Awards

By Paul Miller, excerpted from Comment, Colorado State University’s faculty and staff newsletter. The following awards were recently announced at the Celebrate Colorado State luncheon:...

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Commentary by Professor Bill Timpson on ‘Memories and violence: From battleground to common ground’

I returned to Northern Ireland to work on a new book about veterans and peace activists who are deeply committed to finding nonviolent solutions to conflicts...

Dr. Mike Pagliassotti

PREVENTING AN EPIDEMIC OF FUTURE LIVER DISEASE IS FOCUS OF COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH

FORT COLLINS - Obesity in the United States is at epidemic proportions, affecting both children and adults. One of the newest complications associated with obesity could...

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NUTRITION COLUMN - DIETARY HABITS IMPORTANT FOR DENTAL HEALTH

FORT COLLINS - When it comes to preventing tooth decay, how often you eat can be just as important as what you eat. Tooth decay has...

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2006 Youth Sport Camps - Early registration deadline is May 5

Registration is now available for the 2006 CSU Youth Sport Camps. We offer multiple week-long day camps on the CSU campus for children and...

Dr. Chance Lewis

White Teachers/Diverse Classrooms – New Book Co-edited by Assistant Professor Chance W. Lewis

FORT COLLINS -- Chance W. Lewis, assistant professor of Teacher Education in the School of Education in the College of Applied Human Sciences at Colorado State...