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Staying hydrated

Wdowik nutrition column: Drink up for exercise, but not too much

With students heading back to school, fall sports are in full swing. In addition to training, eating right, and getting enough sleep, a significant key to...


CHHS donor highlights from a record fundraising year at CSU

It was a record year for fundraising at Colorado State University with alumni and friends donating $143.3 million in private support for CSU's 2013-2014 fiscal...

Farm to Table

Farm to Table: Colorado State University website educates farmers, food workers, and consumers on food safety

Food safety isn't always top of mind, but it is critical for good health. Marisa Bunning, associate professor in the Colorado State University Department of...

Dean Jeff McCubbin

Welcome from Dean Jeff McCubbin

A hearty welcome to all of our students and faculty who are back for the fall semester. At Ram Welcome last week, I welcomed our newest...

Alumni Awards

CSU's College of Health and Human Sciences launches Alumni Awards -- nominate now

The College of Health and Human Sciences is pleased to launch a new alumni awards program. Nominations are being accepted now until Sept. 15 for...

Sean Newsom

Alumni Feature: Sean Newsom, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Health and Exercise Science

Name: Sean Newsom
Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Company: University of Colorado School of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes
Degree: M.S. 2007, Health and Exercise Science...

Samantha Wilson

CHHS Education Abroad Scholarships

"My time spent across the world has been life changing for me in more ways than I originally had expected," says Samantha Wilson, a junior majoring...

Mola of Dragon Eating Moon

Colorado State University unveils new 'mola' exhibit

This week Colorado State University is unveiling a striking collection recently donated to the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising: colorful textile creations called...

Eating Mindfully

Mindful Eating: How you eat is just as important as what you eat!

Taking the time to make sure every meal is a healthy one can be a daunting task during the busy back to school season. The ...

Rudroff at Turku PET Symposium

Colorado State University professor using PET imaging to discover better treatments for multiple sclerosis

According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, more than 2.3 million people worldwide are affected by multiple sclerosis. The cause of this immune disease is...

Feller Family

New 'Rich, Barb, and Chris Feller Student Leadership Endowment' promotes lessons in leadership outside of the classroom

"I found outside-of-class leadership experiences, conferences, and training added to the graduate experience," shares retired School of Education professor, Rich Feller. "As a professor it...

Finding Comfort

Finding comfort: occupational therapy teams with equine science program

Over the years, researchers have found that domestic animals such as dogs and cats can relieve stress and can provide calm and comfort to their owners....

Exercise Routine

How to get back into your exercise routine

With summer rapidly ending and a new school year right around the corner it can be difficult to give up those long summer days and relaxed...

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CSU Team Is A Finalist In Green Energy Challenge

CSU, along with much of the nation, is focused on going green and finding new or innovative methods to do so. A group of students in...

Gina Milicia Lundby

Alumni Feature: Gina Milicia Lundby, Product Line Coordinator, Apparel and Merchandising

Name: Gina Milicia Lundby
Job Title: Product Line Coordinator
Company: SmartWool
CSU Graduation Year: 2010
Degree: B.S. in Apparel and Merchandising (with a Minor in Business)

Q: What led...

Russ Korte

Success from campus to cubicle: School of Education associate professor studies onboarding processes for new graduates

"I wish my university had taught me how to play the political office game."

Russ Korte, new School of Education associate professor, heard these words from...


Wdowik nutrition column: Eat your vegetables -- and enjoy them more

If you are looking for the fountain of youth, look no further than your vegetable patch...or grocery store, farmers' market, or roadside stand. This amazing food...