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Confluence

CSU Fashion Show: Confluence

The seniors in the Department of Design and Merchandising at Colorado State University get to show off their final capstone projects at the annual fashion...

John Goodlad

School of Education honors the legacy of Dr. John Goodlad

Recently the field of education lost one of its finest, Dr. John Goodlad. Goodlad, who was 94-years-old at the time of his passing, led the field...

New Year

New Year's resolution quick tips

New Year's resolutions are a great way for us to re-evaluate ourselves and decide where there is room for improvement in our lives. So when you...

Nathan Savig

CSU School of Education professor Michael De Miranda has an answer for 'When will I ever use this?'

There has long been a difficulty for some to learn subjects like math and science, often resorting to the age-old defense of "when will I ever...

Wdowik Nutrition Column

Wdowik nutrition column: New food labels are coming to town

FORT COLLINS - If you are like most Americans, you eat one-third of your calories away from home. This includes meals at restaurants, snacks from vending...

Joseph Espinoza

Colorado State University Health and Exercise Science student offered competitive internship with SAMHSA

Health and Exercise Science senior Joseph Espinoza's journey brought him from a small town in the San Luis Valley of Colorado, to Colorado State University,...

College of Health and Human Sciences

Apply now for scholarships

Thanks to generous private donors, including alumni, friends, foundations, and corporations, the College of Health and Human Sciences will award more than 250 undergraduate and graduate...

Meena Balgopal and Leslie Cunningham-Sabo

Collaboration for a Cause

Fuel for Fun is a collaborative project between two Colorado State University faculty members, Dr. Leslie Cunningham-Sabo, associate professor in Food Science and Human Nutrition, and...

Amanda Clayton

Human development and family studies student uses military experience to help vets and older adults

December 2014 graduate Amanda Clayton is a first generation college student and a veteran of the United States Navy who has successfully overcome the transition that...

Manfred Diehl

Colorado State University professor honored for pioneering work in the psychology of growing old

FORT COLLINS - If he hadn't registered as a conscientious objector and performed non-military service as a young man in Germany, Manfred Diehl may well have...

Payton Gifford

Apparel and merchandising student overcomes health challenges

Fall 2014 graduate Payton Gifford has had to overcome a cancer diagnosis and an autoimmune disease to get to graduation day. The apparel and merchandising major...

Cecilia Palacios

Social work student knows how to make the most of a difficult situation

Cecilia Palacios is a December 2014 graduate of the School of Social Work at CSU who transferred from Aims Community College upon earning her associates degree....

Exercise

Exercise Your Mental Health

For many of us the reasons and motivation for going to the gym are often to look good by avoiding weight gain, as well as to...

Molly Gleason

Occupational therapy student passionate about disabilities

Fall 2014 graduate Molly Gleason arrived at CSU in 2012 to earn her master's degree in occupational therapy. Gleason was inspired to leave a comfortable job...

Erin Delander

Double major interior design and construction management student achieves success

Erin Delander discovered early in her college career that her passions could not be contained within a single major. Delander first made this realization as an...

Sports Management Institute

CSU, Broncos form historic academic partnership

Two Colorado standard-bearers - the Denver Broncos and CSU - are forming an academic partnership that will give students the unique opportunity to learn while working...

Nate Easley

College of Health and Human Sciences Fall Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony December 19

The College of Health and Human Sciences will confer undergraduate degrees at a commencement ceremony on Friday, December 19, 7 p.m., in Moby Arena. To watch...

Leslie Willis

M.S. Student Presents Yoga and OT Intervention Research at SYR

Recently, a M.S. student in the OT department was accepted to present her thesis work at the 2014 Symposium on Yoga Research (SYR), an interdisciplinary conference...

Dr. Cherry Li-Bugg

Congratulations Dr. W. Cherry Li-Bugg

Our best wishes to Dr. W. Cherry Li-Bugg, a 2011 CSU School of Education graduate of the Education and Human Resources Ph.D. program (Community College Leadership...

ECC children and teacher

Giving grows up: Colorado tax credit encourages giving to CSU's Early Childhood Center

Did you know that gifts to the Colorado State University Early Childhood Center may be eligible for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit (CCCCC)?...

Aspen Grille LSC

Special menu for last open week at the Aspen Grille

The Aspen Grille will be hosting one of their very own hospitality management students, Zach Holm, who will be presenting his menu as his final project....

December is National Pear Month!

First brought to the United States by early colonists in the 1700's pears now have a whole month dedicated to celebrating their crisp and delicious flavor!...

Health Benefits of Tea

Drinking a steaming hot cup of cocoa or a flavored latte during the frigid winter months can be just the thing to get you warmed up,...

Soup

Staying Warm: Soups

There is nothing as cozy as sipping a steaming bowl of warm soup during the winter. A hearty soup made with a variety of vegetables, lean...

Norma Price

Right on target

"I feel like CSU was instrumental in my career successes and felt the need to give back to the areas of my interests," explains Norma Price,...

Russell Korte

I-Corps-L works to develop future entrepreneurs in engineering education

Faculty at universities around the country carry out billions of dollars' worth of research projects each year. But what happens when funding for a particular project...

Urban Lab seeks input on Mason Street competition

The UniverCity Urban Lab - an organization based in Fort Collins that advocates for high-quality urban design and a livable city through community involvement and collaboration...

ECC Caroling for Tony Frank

6th annual CSU Early Childhood Center Holiday Caroling with President Tony Frank

Preschoolers from the CSU Early Childhood Center filled President Tony Frank's office with holiday cheer on December 3 with a sing-a-long. The 31 four-year-olds were accompanied...

Josie Plaut

IBE associate director recognized by Bizwest

Josie Plaut, associate director of CSU's Institute for the Built Environment, is among three of CSU's very own staff members that were recently named to...

FGI Exhibit Gustafson Gallery

Gustafson unveils 'FGI Pop Art Fashion Show'

The Colorado State University student chapter of Fashion Group International (FGI) is kicking off "FGI Pop Art Fashion Show: Gallery Exhibition" on Friday, Dec. 5, featuring...

Vegan Holiday

Vegan Holidays

Sometimes holidays call for making accommodations for loved ones. When you want to create a vegetarian meal or are asked to prepare food for someone who...

Holiday Beverages

Holiday Beverages

What is a sneaky way to add calories to your holiday festivities? It is not what's on your plate but in your glass that may be...

Frank Dinenno

Study: What causes blood vessels to expand during exercise?

A Colorado State University researcher has teamed up with the Mayo Clinic to pin down what causes blood vessels to expand and contract during exercise.

Findings from...