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2014 CM Float

CM builds winning parade float dynasty

If you're a construction management major when Homecoming and Family Weekend rolls around, there's a palpable competitive edge in the air.

Owning the dynasty for producing the...

Gay Israel

Gay Israel to receive 2015 Distinguished Faculty Award

Gay Israel, who led the Department of Health and Exercise Science through a tremendous growth period in his 18 years as department head, recalls the exact...

Infographic

Easy ways to cut or burn 100 calories

Making small changes to the types of food and amounts of food you eat can add up to have a big impact. If your goal is...

John Avery

Engineering a solution: Training STEM teachers is focus of new Colorado State University grant

"When the preparation of the next generation of STEM teachers is discussed in education circles, few think of engineering as a pathway to entering the teaching...

Dani Cole

CSU student defies the odds

When Dani Cole was just 15 years old, she wrote her last will and testament and prepared for a high-risk brain surgery with hopes of alleviating...

Fruits and Veggies

7 Tips for adding fruits and veggies to your lunch

The Produce for Better Health Foundation and the "Fruits and Veggies: More Matters" campaign reminds us every September that it is easy to get more fruits...

Mason jar salad

These creative mason jar salads make it easy to fill your "brown bag" with veggies for lunch! If you have time, make a few ahead of...

Center for Community Partnerships banner

Center for Community Partnerships Celebrates 30 Years

"Supporting the inherent dignity, potential and full participation of ALL people" - The mission statement that was written many years ago and continues to serve as...

Dining With Diabetes

Dining with Diabetes cooking and nutrition classes - enroll now for November!

Dining With Diabetes returns with 4 weekly classes in the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center that combine nutrition information and social support with meal planning and hands-on...

Diversity Graphic

Dialogues Around Difference - Lecture Series in the School of Social Work

The School of Social Work has always been a leader in advocating for diversity and social justice. In the spring of last year, the School of...

India Trip

Experiencing social work in India impacts Colorado State University students and faculty

In August 2015, Colorado State University Social Work students and faculty traveled to Maharashtra, a state in central India, where they were profoundly impacted by the...

Chocolate Brownies

Gluten-free chocolate chip zucchini brownies

This dessert is perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth, adding more veggies to your diet, and getting loads of magnesium, potassium and vitamin C.

Serving Size: 1...

Lunch Makeover

Lunch Makeover: Brown-bag Edition

The formula for a healthy and satisfying lunch: PROTEIN + FAT + CARBOHYDRATES = BALANCE

Mix N' Match

Combine items from each of the following categories into a...

Being a HERO: CSU, CU partner in $5 million childhood obesity prevention study

Researchers at Colorado State University and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are launching a new effort to fight obesity in at-risk populations - with a...

adjusting to college

7 tips for adjusting to the college routine

Adjusting to college life, whether for the first time as a freshman or when returning after a summer away, requires juggling many new things at the...

Dr. Banghwa Casado and Dr. Paula Yuma

CSU's School of Social Work welcomes two new faculty members

The School of Social Work at Colorado State University is pleased to welcome Dr. Paula Yuma (right), and Dr. Banghwa Casado (left) to the faculty in...

Elephant Nature Park

CSU student travels to Thailand to volunteer with rescued elephants

This summer, Amanda Shrewsbury, 19, of Golden, Colo., spent two weeks in Thailand learning about Thai culture and volunteering with rescued elephants. Traveling with the Boston-based...

PCL volunteers on the SAVA project

PCL is Newest Pillar Sponsor of CM Cares Endowment

Creating a sustainable funding source for CM Cares is imperative. The Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University, with the help of industry supporters like...

Mindful Eating Skills

Research study aimed at teaching Mindful Eating Skills

Researchers from the department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at Colorado State University are looking for qualified adults between the ages of 18 and 80...

Scholarly design: Pair of Colorado State University exhibits highlight student work

Colorado State University is training the next generation of clothing and textile designers in the Department of Design and Merchandising. Two exhibits offer a glimpse of...

CSU researcher studies e-cigarettes being gateway to tobacco

A Colorado State University faculty member was involved in a new study showing that teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to start smoking combustible types...

Occupational Therapy

2015 Occupational Therapy Department Convocation brings sense of community

In the evening of August 24, 2015, students, faculty and staff gathered for an event that would be the first ever Annual Occupational Therapy Convocation. Over...

Stress

Understanding Stress

What is stress?

Stress is the body's physical response to being challenged or threatened. Small amounts of stress such as competing in a sporting event or working...

Award-winning Legacies Project builds a legacy of its own

It's the people who make Colorado State University a special place to work and learn. Retired faculty and staff played a huge role in shaping CSU,...

Woman jogging

Pros and cons: a.m. or p.m. workouts?

As we are adjusting to a fall school routine, our exercise routine must also change. But, a new schedule can bring new struggles: do I...

Arlene Schmid with students

Meet the professor: CSU's Arlene Schmid developing yoga therapy

Arlene Schmid, associate professor in the Colorado State University Department of Occupational Therapy, knows yoga.

The 2014 recipient of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Mitchell Rosenthal...