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Healthy Snacks

NUTRITION COLUMN - EAT DIFFERENTLY, SNACK SUCCESSFULLY

FORT COLLINS - Too many snack foods are low in nutrients and high in calories from sugar, fat or both. Eating too many of these extras...

Shinji Satake

Exchange with Japanese university enhances curriculum in Occupational Therapy

Fort Collins – Dr. Shinji Satake, head of the Occupational Therapy Department and Manabu Sasake, assistant professor at Yamagata Prefectural University of Health Sciences (YPUHS) Yamagata,...

Carole J. Makela

AAFCS Names Carole J. Makela as Editor of the Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences

Alexandria, VA — Carole J. Makela, CFCS, professor, School of Education, College of Applied Human Sciences, Colorado State University, assumed editorship of the Journal of Family...

Ann Szynskie

President of CAHS Dean’s Leadership Council Devoted to Service

Ann Szynskie, senior in construction management, serves as this year’s president of the College of Applied Human Sciences Dean’s Leadership Council, a student organization made up...

Brian Dunbar

COLORADO GOVERNOR’S OFFICE RECOGNIZES CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT WITH ENERGY CHAMPION AWARD

FORT COLLINS - Brian Dunbar, director of the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University and a construction management professor, was presented with the...

Vegetables and Fruits

NUTRITION COLUMN - VEGGIES - A QUICK AND HEALTHY CHOICE

FORT COLLINS - The new American Heart Association Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations emphasize making practical, small changes. Several of these recommendations focus on eating fruits and...

Rich Feller

School of Education’s Rich Feller a resource for employees in the global economy

Rich Feller, professor of counseling and career development in the School of Education, College of Applied Human Sciences, and a University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, has written...

Cam the Ram

Register now for the Annual Homecoming 5K Race

This year marks the 26th anniversary of Colorado State University's annual Health and Exercise Science Homecoming 5K Race. This year's event will begin at 7:45 a.m....

Debbie Fidler

Fidler Gives Talk at Prestigious Waisman Center

Debbie Fidler, associate professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, gave an invited presentation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Waisman Center on Friday,...

Child and Laptop

NUTRITION COLUMN - ADS JUST FOR KIDS

FORT COLLINS - Parents know their children access and receive a wide range of information online, and some of it can have far-reaching consequences. This is...

Mediation

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK OFFERS CERTIFICATE IN MEDIATION, DISPUTE RESOLUTION

FORT COLLINS - Colorado State University's School of Social Work will be the first school of its kind to offer a certificate in mediation and dispute...

Lori Sims

Lori Sims Joins College of Applied Human Sciences as Director of Development

The College of Applied Human Sciences welcomes Lori Sims as director of development. She came to Colorado State in 2001 and joins the College after serving...

Yvonne Myers

Preparing Caregivers for an Aging Population

“How can we not value the wisdom that comes with aging?” Yvonne Myers asked herself while an undergraduate in the Department of Human Development and Family...

Lynn Fisher

COLORADO STATE PROGRAM RECEIVES $800,000 TO ASSIST FARMERS AND RANCHERS WITH DISABILITIES

FORT COLLINS - Agriculture and mining are consistently the two most dangerous occupations in the United States over the past 25 years. In Colorado, six out...

Lunchbox

NUTRITION COLUMN - PACK A HEALTHY AND SAFE LUNCH

FORT COLLINS - Juggling work and family places a premium on time. In 78 percent of today's families, both parents work away from home, and stay-at-home...

Football

PERRYMAN/NUTRITION COLUMN - TAILGATING SAFETY TIPS

FORT COLLINS - With the arrival of fall comes football season. What's more fun than gathering with friends for a tailgating party? However, don't...