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Q & A with social work graduate Kayin President

Kayin President became interested in social work because of his uncle. After shadowing his uncle at work, President decided to pursue a degree in Social Work...

Chelsea Stewart

Center director recognized for contributions to adult education field

Chelsea Stewart, director of the Adult Basic Education Training and Learning Center, recently received the Colorado Adult Education Professional Association Adult Education Leader of the Year...

the scoop on fad diets

Science vs. Fiction: The Scoop on Fad Diets

With all the focus on weight in our society, it is not surprising that millions of people fall prey to fad diets and bogus weight-loss products....

CSU entities receive grants from Bohemian Foundation

Several Colorado State University entities recently received Pharos Fund grants from Fort Collins-based Bohemian Foundation.

CSU recipients include Campus Connections (formerly Campus Corps), the Center for Public...

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Cauliflower Crust Hawaiian Pizza

Satisfying that pizza craving has never been so healthy! Using cauliflower to make this pizza crust adds a nutritional punch of vitamin C, phytonutrients, and fiber....

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Apple and rosemary stuffed pork tenderloin

Enjoy this lean, comforting dish on a cold winter night!

Prep time: 10 minutes. Cook time: 30 minutes. Serves 8.

Ingredients
- 1 teaspoon olive oil
- 3/4 cup chopped...

Mr. Blackwell design

Avenir Museum opening exhibitions feature Mr. Blackwell designs in named gallery

When you first lay eyes on the intricate designs of Mr. Richard Blackwell, it may surprise you to know that many of his famous pieces, soon...

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Paula Coleman named Everyday Hero

Paula Coleman, an administrative assistant in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, has been named an Everyday Hero.

Pamela Cox, who works in the same...

Mike Bernal in Junior in Design and Mechandising

Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarships awarded to three CSU students studying abroad

Three Colorado State University students have been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, which aims to diversify students' international experiences, including programs, types and locations....

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Wdowik Nutrition Column: The diet year in review

As the new year begins, many are setting goals to eat better and maybe lose some newly gained holiday pounds. 2015 brought new diets and recycled...

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When parents act badly: Book explores 'parental alienation'

The children of divorcing or separating parents are often proverbially "caught in the middle." What's worse is when one parent tries to turn the child against...

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CHHS graduate students take home showcase awards

More than 300 graduate students at Colorado State University presented at the second annual Graduate Student Showcase on November 11. Thirty-four College of Health and Human...

Smart Fit Chicks

Born at CSU company empowers females to live smart, fit

Each new year brings a fresh wave of individuals looking to satisfy their resolutions to get active and live healthy. But Smart Fit Chicks, a...

pumpkin muffin

Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins

These season-inspired muffins are a great source of vitamin A and beta-carotene, and take only minute to prepare!

Ingredients
3 cups gluten free baking mix (such as King...

Juleen Zierath

First woman to chair a Nobel Prize selection committee to speak at CSU

Juleen Zierath, Ph.D., the first woman to chair a Nobel Prize selection committee, will speak at Colorado State University on Wednesday, Jan. 13, at 5 p.m....

Susana Muñoz

CSU faculty member pens book on undocumented students' activism

Susana Muñoz, a CSU assistant professor of higher education leadership, recently published a new book, Identity, Social Activism, and the Pursuit of Higher Education: The...

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The non-dieting diet plan

Tired of starting off every year with the diet you are sure will be the answer, only to start over again next year? Why not make...

Captain Eric Speight and Shelbi Johnson

OT graduate excels in and out of the classroom

Occupational therapy was not always on the radar for CSU's Fall 2015 graduate, Shelbi Johnson.

"I decided on OT early on in my junior year of...

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New Year, New You!

A new year means exciting new opportunities. If you're tired of your workout routine or the same list of groceries, with a little effort you can...

Fitness Tracker

Which fitness tracking device is right for you?

With the New Year many people make resolutions around fitness and exercise. Whether your resolution is to exercise more regularly, run a half marathon, or...

KANC Student Spotlight

Katie Maloney is a second year M.S. student from Durango, Colorado. Currently, she is working with Dr. Laura Bellows on the Harter-Tasting Pilot Study, which examines...

KANC Student Spotlight

Bianca Arney is a first semester graduate student from Westminster, Colorado. She is pursuing a M.S. in Food Science and Human Nutrition, with a specialization in...

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Healthy You: Weight Management and Mindful Eating Program

Did you make a New Year's Resolution to be more aware of your food choices or more mindful of your snacking habits? Whether you want to...

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9 tips for creating and KEEPING New Year's resolutions

"Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right." -Oprah Winfrey

January marks a time of new beginnings. Setting New Year's resolutions...

Active older adults

Research Study to Promote Healthy Aging

"Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength." - Betty Friedan

Researchers in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies...