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Stephanie Clemons, President Tony Frank

Interior design professor Clemons named University Distinguished Teaching Scholar

Stephanie Clemons, a professor of interior design in the Department of Design and Merchandising at Colorado State University, has been named a University Distinguished Teaching Scholar....

Barry Braun

Barry Braun selected to lead Colorado State University Department of Health and Exercise Science

FORT COLLINS - Barry Braun, director of the Energy Metabolism Laboratory at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has been selected to head the Department of Health...

Danny Mackey

Alumni Feature: Danny Mackey, Department of Health and Exercise Science, Brooks Sports Coach

Name: Danny Mackey

Job Title: Head Coach - Brooks Beasts Track Club

Company: BROOKS SPORTS, I also coach professional athletes from NIKE and ADIDAS

CSU Graduation Year: 2006

Degree: Masters...

School of Education Work Study Student Receives TILT Outstanding Leadership in Service-Learning Award

On April 17, 2014 Cassandra Rodriguez was recognized at the TILT/CURC Awards Ceremony with the Outstanding Leadership in Service-Learning Award for her work with the Public...

Intersectionality & Natural Disasters Panelists

Series on the Differential Impact of Natural Disasters Concludes with Panel Presentation

Between fires and floods, Colorado has recently been severely affected by natural disasters. In response to these events, the School of Social Work's Diversity and Human...

Probiotics

Wdowik Nutrition Column: Go with your gut: Learn about probiotics

FORT COLLINS-Probiotics are live microorganisms that are similar to, or even the same as, beneficial bacteria found naturally in the human body.

A wide variety of these...

Colorado State University health and exercise science student takes first place in climbing competition

Colorado State University sophomore Delaney Miller took first place for the second year in a row in the women's Sport Climbing Series Open National Championships, held...

Bob Gotshall

Professor emeritus to serve as interim department head of occupational therapy

A recently retired faculty member from the Department of Health and Exercise Science has been tapped as an interim leader of the Department of Occupational...

Poster

CSU student brewers to release new beer at Odell's tap room Thursday

FORT COLLINS - Colorado State University students enrolled in the Brewing Science & Technology course will release the fruits of this semester's fermentation labor at a...

USGBC students prime tables for FoCo Cafe

USGBC Students Help Local Restaurant

Over the course of the past several weeks, members of the US Green Building Council student chapter at CSU have been assisting the owners of the...

Hughes presents his poster at ASC

Grad Student Presents Poster at ASC

Evan Hughes, a graduate student in the CM program, presented his research at the 50th Associated Schools of Construction International Conference in Washington, D.C., at the...

Khristy Preston

Preston Receives AP Star Award

When it comes to the pursuit of excellence and the drive to be the best program in the country, employees of CM work extremely hard and...

Red, White, and Green Salad

Red, White, and Green Salad

As a Colorado State extension specialist for more than 30 years, Pat Kendall developed a reputation as one of the top experts in the country in...

Arguing Couple

Ask Dr. Jenn about in-laws always on the outs

Q: I am a 40-something-year-old female who is happily married with two children. For the most part, my life is happy and secure, but I...

Dr. Rod Lucero, Interim Director

STEPP Spring 2014 Cording Ceremony

The STEPP Cording Ceremony is for all students completing the Teacher Licensure Program. We want to recognize and celebrate our students' accomplishments in the STEPP Teacher...

Kelsey & Kathleen

A Vision of hope: Occupational therapy students lead program for older adults with low vision

"It's like looking through fog," shares Polly, a resident of New Mercer Commons, part of Columbine Health Systems in Fort Collins. "I can't see clearly, but...

Gym Class 1919

Ask an Expert: How much weekly exercise is enough?

by Adult Fitness Staff, CSU Faculty & Staff Life

The American College of Sports Medicine says that for most individuals, 150 minutes per week of moderate intensity...

Rosalyn Cama

Author to discuss effects of interior design on health, wellness at CSU event

FORT COLLINS - When a patient is in a medical facility, having family and friends nearby provides crucial support, but if the hospital room is not...

Undergraduate research poster

CHHS students shine at Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity showcase

Research and creativity are alive and well among undergraduates at Colorado State University! Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity is Colorado State University's annual undergraduate research symposium...

Kenyan Visitors

Kenyan visitors tour the Early Childhood Center

On Tuesday April 8, the Colorado State University Early Childhood Center welcomed some distinguished guests from Kenya, Africa. These individuals were visiting CSU as guests of...

Antonette Aragon

Two Alumni Association Best Teacher Award Winners in College of Health and Human Sciences

Each year, students and alumni have an opportunity to recognize the positive impact a Colorado State University teacher has had on their lives. From numerous nominations,...

Jessica Cabrera

Diversity fellowship recipient presents research

Hispanic dual surnames: The implications of misinterpretation and misrepresentation
Jessica Cabrera, 2013-14 Recipient of the SOE Graduate Fellowship for Research on Diversity

On April 9, 2014, Jessica Cabrera...

Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center

The latest from the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center: Cooking Class goes to the Far West

Don't miss the final cooking class of the spring 2014 semester offered by the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center.

Join us in our professional kitchen to learn...

Colorado State University Engineering Education Students Excel at NSF Program Funded Awards

Four College of Engineering, Engineering Education students have been selected for prestigious programs sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Nate Golter (Engineering Science Major) has...

Dr. Rebecca Orsi

Dr. Orsi Selected to Participate in Cornell University Research Institute to Examine Adoption and Child Welfare

Dr. Rebecca Orsi of CSU's Social Work Research Center has been selected to attend the 2014 Summer Research Institute at Cornell University, sponsored by the National...

Cathy Schelly

Cathy Schelly Recognized with AOTA Fellow Award

Congratulations to Cathy Schelly who was recognized as a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association at the recent 2014 Annual Conference and Expo in Baltimore,...

Li in lab

Intelligent textiles: Design and merchandising professor researches nanotech fibers

If textiles could talk, what would they say? In the research of new Department of Design and Merchandising Assistant Professor Vivian Li, nanotechnology fibers have...

Mark Greenberg

'Current, future challenges of school-based prevention'

The Department of Human Development and Family Studies and the College of Health and Human Sciences present the inaugural Prevention Science colloquium by Mark Greenberg, Ph.D.,...

The Importance of Whole Grains

Make Half Your Grains Whole Grains: April Newsletter from the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center

Grains can be categorized most simply as whole grains and refined grains. While refined grains are milled to remove the outer layer, whole grains contain all...

Dr. Eunhee Choi

Faculty Member Eunhee Choi Selected for National Institute on Aging Training in Psychometrics

CSU School of Social Work faculty member Dr. Eunhee Choi has been selected to participate in the Advanced Psychometrics Methods in Cognitive Aging Research conference, funded...