News

Archived News

Vegetables

Nutrition Connection: Garden of Plenty

Is your garden providing a bounty of produce, do you have more tomatoes than you know what to do with, or do you have zucchini coming...

Vegetables

Northern Colorado Green Building Education Consortium Phase I

The Northern Colorado Green Building Education Consortium (GBEC) was established in early 2010 as a partnership between leading educational, environmental, and municipal entities in northern Colorado...

Vegetables

Green Building Education Consortium (GBEC)

The GBEC charrette took place in the City of Ft. Collins and included twelve members of the green building community, including representatives from City of Ft....

Nicole Cesnales

We Are Growing! New Faces in the School

• Nicole I. Cesnales, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.S.W.

Nicole Cesnales, assistant professor, received her doctoral degree in social work at Florida State University in 2012. Earning a bachelor’s...

Mediation

Enhance Your Degree with a Certificate in Mediation

The School of Social Work at Colorado State University offers mediation and conflict resolution courses in addition to a graduate certificate in mediation. An alternative to...

Janet Wright

Alumna Janet Wright Recognized for International Work

Janet Wright, (’95, M.S.W.), L.C.S.W. and recipient of the NASW Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011, began her career with a master’s degree in psychology. After learning...

Leafy Greens

Perryman Nutrition Column: Eat Leafy Greens For a Crop of Health Benefits

You’re in the majority if your definition of leafy greens is limited to salads made with iceberg lettuce. On the plus side, your salad is low...

Jeff McCubbin

Welcome Back to a New Semester from Dean McCubbin

My warmest welcome goes out to new and returning students to the College of Applied Human Sciences! Our faculty and staff are also back and ready...

Berry Center for Natural History and Conservation

Berry Center for Natural History and Conservation, University of Wyoming | Laramie, WY

The Robert and Carol Berry Center for Natural History and Conservation brings together research laboratories, faculty and graduate student offices, teaching, and display spaces to the...

Dean Jeff McCubbin, Associate Dean Dale DeVoe

College Greets New Students at Annual Ram Welcome

An enthusiastic welcome was extended to new students by the College of Applied Human Sciences leadership on Friday, August 17, in Moby Arena.

Jeff McCubbin, dean...

CSU Grant Makes Health Education Fun for Fourth Graders

Colorado State University Grant Makes Health Education, Science and Other Classes Fun for Fourth Graders

When black bean tostadas or potato pancakes with applesauce are class projects, students not only get to eat their school lesson, they learn about history and...

Field Education Team

School of Social Work Field Education Update

Dear Friends and Alumni of the School of Social Work:

We hope you are having a fabulous summer! We have some important news and changes happening...

Olympic bronze medalist Janay DeLoach

DeLoach wins Olympic bronze medal

She 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...

Spices

Spicing Up Delicious Foods: Local Business Owner Partners with Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center

The smell of the spicy coconut lentil soup, simmering comfortably on the stove, was enough to get mouths watering. Pair that with delicious wine, beer, and...

Jean McBride and Jane Sullivan

Two Artistic Sisters: College Alumnae Inspire with Mosaic Butterfly Project for Domestic Violence Shelter

Jane Sullivan (M.S., ’90, exercise and sport science) and her sister Jean McBride (M.S., ’81, human development and family studies) don’t do anything halfway. Faculty and...