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Diabetes Program Offers Life-Changing Approach To Managing Your Diabetes!

Do you or someone you love have diabetes or pre-diabetes? Learn how to control (or prevent) diabetes without letting it control you!

Dining With Diabetes is a...

clockwise from upper left: Brad Sheafor, Emily Dakin, Louise Quijano, Pam Bishop

Faculty Research Article Demonstrates that MSW Programs Can Have the "Best of Both Worlds"

MSW program designers commonly choose between an advanced generalist orientation or some form of specialization. School of Social Work faculty members Emily Dakin, Louise Quijano, Brad...

Colorado State University launching research project to study benefits of equine therapy

FORT COLLINS - A new partnership between two of Colorado State University's flagship academic programs, occupational therapy and equine sciences, will lead to a better understanding...

Dr. Virginia Stoffell

The 13th Annual Knowledge Exchange

Leadership and Mental Health will be the focus of The 13th Annual Knowledge Exchange sponsored by the Department of Occupational Therapy. Dr. Virginia Stoffel, American...

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CPERL and the Early Childhood Center Unite

Mary Khetani has been invited to present with Director Karen Rattenborg on the transformation of the CSU Early Childhood Center as a part of...

Xinrui Jiang

Come see CPERL on Display at the CURC Showcase!

CPERL team member Xinrui Jiang is nervous and excited to proudly present her senior project poster titled "Relationship between Child's Age and Reliability of the Young...

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CPERL Promotes Life Long Learners

CPERL team member Mary Khetani has been accepted into an MPH program in Applied Biostatistics through the Colorado School of Public Health. Her home institution for...

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Manuscript Accepted for Publication in Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics.

CPERL celebrates the acceptance of Anna Cliff's (CPERL alum) thesis for publication. Anna says "it feels amazing to work so hard on something and finally see...

Research Team

Do you want to know how the "Environment" impacts "Participation"? Manuscript Accepted for Publication in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Mary Khetani co-authored a manuscript of high impact that provides new empirical knowledge through examining evidence on the role of the environment on participation outcomes for...

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"Our Spaces" Project Poster Presented by CPERL team members

CPERL alumnae Jen Marley and Mary Khetani co-presented a poster at the Diversity in Colorado Higher Education Reception, Denver, Colorado. Their poster was on their work...

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'WeeCover' Study Funded!

CPERL team member Mary Khetani is collaborating on a longitudinal cohort study now being taken to full scale by Karen Choong, a developmental pediatrician and researcher...

Coconut oil

Wdowik Nutrition Column: Behind the claims of the much-touted coconut oil

FORT COLLINS-Part of the traditional Southeast Asian diet, coconut oil has taken our country by storm. It is sometimes hailed as a superfood and sometimes criticized...

Dr. Portz

Faculty Member Jennifer Dickman Portz Shares in Grant to Study Yoga for Older Stroke Victims

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Jennifer Dickman Portz who is part of a study that has been awarded a $48,000 grant by the American Occupational Therapy Foundation....

Organza Flat Dress

Life on the plains and Korean culture inspire guest artist featured at Colorado State University's Gustafson Gallery

A transparent orange organza dress and a woven basket adorned with feathers are among the beautiful textile items featured in the upcoming Gustafson Gallery exhibit, Materials...

Distance MSW Program instuction

Distance MSW Program Applications Now Being Accepted

The School of Social Work's Distance Master of Social Work Program is a part-time degree program designed for working professionals. The program provides the basis for...

CSU Ventures Program

New CSU Ventures program supports research in social sciences, humanities, and arts

FORT COLLINS - New hospital gowns designed for better comfort and function. A computer-based tool that measures preschoolers' motivation to learn. Developing a school-based violence and...

Lee Urton and Erica Schelly

$1 Million gift from alumnus will help expand Colorado State University's New Start Program for Student-Veterans

FORT COLLINS - At one point, Lee Urton thought he might have to give up on his goal of going to college.

The former U.S. Marine,...

Judy Rodriguez at the School of Social Work Speaker Series

Guest Speaker Judy Rodriguez's Reflections on Child Welfare in Colorado

Judy Rodriguez, Associate Director of Programs in the Division of Child Welfare Services for the Colorado Department of Human Services, gave a dynamic presentation on February...

CSU Youth Sports Camp

CSU Youth Sport Camps Provide Summer Fun and Healthy Activities for Kids

FORT COLLINS - Want to keep your kids healthy and engaged this summer? Enroll them in Colorado State University's Youth Sport Camps. Registration is now open...

SAHE Morocco Trip

SAHE students and CSU faculty visit Morocco

During Winter Break, 14 CSU graduate students traveled with 4 CSU faculty members on an international field experience to Morocco. The graduate students are studying...

Fast and Healthy Breakfast

Start your day right with breakfast: March newsletter from the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center

Growing up, you always heard "breakfast is the most important meal of the day," and your mother was right. This month's Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center...

Courtney Bernatis

1870 Dinner shares inspiring story of donor impact on human development and family studies alumna

At the February 1870 dinner, recent Department of Human Development and Family Studies graduate, Courtney Bernatis, spoke in a video about the impact two CSU...

MSW alumna and author Catrene Malshey-Payan

Social Work Month Celebration features Middle Eastern band, author presentation

Growing up in Israel, Catrene Malshey-Payan ('12) was struck by the mixing of cultures that shared negative coping mechanisms for their anger, fear, and pain caused...

Katie Schreck

Student Spotlight: Katie Schreck

"I was born and raised in York, NE and lived there a majority of my life before moving to Fort Collins.

I am in my second year...