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Students Partner with Community Based Services

As part of a program assessment and development course, students in the Occupational Therapy (OT) Department had the unique opportunity to integrate their developing OT knowledge...

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Smart Snacking

Super Bowl Sunday is filled with food, festivities, and fun - not to mention football. This day on its own may be the reason February is...

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Wdowik nutrition column: Vitamin D important for more than just bones

FORT COLLINS - Vitamin D is often called the sunshine vitamin and the key to healthy bones. While these are true attributes, they only tell part...

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Broiled Brussels Sprouts with Hazelnuts

Try this recipe of the month from the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center! Broiling Brussels sprouts leads to a crispy texture - no more mushy sprouts!...

SoE and STEPP 2015-2016 Scholarships Available

Following is a summary of the scholarships available to students within the School of Education and School of Teacher Education and Principal Preparation, the School of...

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Visiting Scholar Presentation: Jill Kanaley, Ph.D.

Please join us for a research seminar given by visiting scholar Jill Kanaley, professor and associate chair, Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, University of Missouri....

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Canine exercise research may provide answers for aging humans

For the past three years, CSU Professors Karyn Hamilton and Ben Miller have spent a significant amount of time in Alaska studying competitive sled dogs known...

Michelle Foster

Nutrition research shows all body fat isn't created equal

What makes one fat deposit "good" and the other so "bad?"

This question has inspired the research of Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition Assistant...

Joel Peters

Veteran makes New Start as student of social work

When his vehicle wrecked in East Africa on May 25, 2009, Joel Peters was on his way to administer first aid to fellow Marines injured by...

Melissa Wdowik

Weight loss for the long term

Melissa Wdowik doesn't like to use the word "diet." The Colorado State University food science and human nutrition assistant professor prefers the term "eating plan" when...

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Food Science and Human Nutrition Graduate Seminar Series

The spring semester Food Science and Human Nutrition Graduate Seminar Series will launch on Thursday, Jan. 29 with a presentation by Dr. Chris Gentile, one of...

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Jiang and Tanya have come back from ZERO TO THREE!

This past December, CPERL team members Jiang and Tanya attended the 29th annual ZERO TO THREE National Training Institute (NTI) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The NTI...

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CPERL welcomes Cara Dart!

CPERL is excited to welcome another intern, Cara Dart! She is a prospective OT student who is currently working at the Poudre School District. She will...

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Farewell, Tanya!

This December Tanya graduated with her Master of Science degree in occupational therapy from CSU. She is exploring doctoral training options to further her research training....

Fitness Trends

Fitness trends for 2015

Want to be ahead of the curve this year? With the holidays behind us, many make resolutions for the New Year, and let's be honest, they...

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New Year's goal: Start your day with a healthy breakfast!

Starting your day with a healthy breakfast will set you up for a day of healthy eating. If you skip breakfast you risk craving junk food...

Ben Granger

In memory: Ben Granger

Ben Granger, longtime professor and former director of the School of Social Work at Colorado State University and the co-director of Human-Animal Bond in Colorado, died...

Nancy Miller

Colorado State University professor receives prestigious recognition from the International Textile and Apparel Association

Nancy Miller, professor and head of Department of Design and Merchandising at Colorado State University, received the highest award bestowed by the International Textile and...

CSU School of Social Work

School of Social Work Lecture Series Guest Speakers Announced

The School of Social Work Speakers Series lectures take place once a month on Mondays from Noon-1 p.m. in Room 105 of the Education Building. The...

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Paper Accepted for Publication!

CPERL team strikes again! Additional work on the validity of the environmental content of the Young Children's Participation and Environment Measure (YC-PEM) is coming out in...

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CPERL welcomes Ryan Borgschulte!

We are excited to introduce our newest CPERL intern. Welcome Ryan! We are excited to have you on board! Ryan is a sophomore who is studying...

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The Change In Participation (ChIP) Project has begun!

CPERL has launched the ChIP project where we are following families who enrolled in our test of the Young Children's Participation and Environment Measure (YC-PEM) last...

Best wishes to two School of Education faculty

Best wishes to two of our School of Education faculty - Dr. Rodrick Lucero and Dr. Marlene Strathe. Both will be leaving the university to further...