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Is Sugar Addictive?

It is sometimes said that sugar is "toxic" or "addictive," and it is often blamed as the sole culprit in obesity and diabetes. While it is...

Potato frittata

Seasonal Vegetable Frittata

Frittatas are a great way to use up leftovers, so substitute potatoes or add additional vegetables based on what you've got in the house.

Ingredients:
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Susheela Mallipudi

SAHE graduate and CSU Online employee's experience impacts distance students

Susheela Mallipudi spends her days as a Student Success Coach supporting Colorado State University Online graduate students in engineering, natural sciences, liberal arts, and student affairs...

CSU School of Social Work grad Dean Graby

Social work grad gains a new outlook

Dean Graby is dedicated to service: serving our country, serving his community, and serving veterans.

Nominated as one of the School of Social Work's Outstanding Graduates, Graby,...

Amoni Ashby

AET grad and student-athlete models the impact of visualization in goal achievement

Student-athlete Amoni Ashby came to Colorado State University with two goals in mind: to train and compete under CSU track and field assistant coach Karim Abdel...

Landfill

CSU study: Foothills redevelopment diverts 76,000 tons from landfill

CSU's Institute for the Built Environment has found that the Foothills shopping mall redevelopment in Fort Collins resulted in diverting more than 76,000 tons of waste...

Fashion FUNdamentals

Fashion FUNdamentals wins $25,000 award from State Farm

Fashion FUNdamentals, a CSU program for girls that builds self-esteem and knowledge about STEM fields by having them create their own fashions, has won $25,000 as...

Tina Swearinger

Mental and Behavioral Health: A Fieldwork Road Less Traveled

"I am passionate about the opportunities to work in the mental health field. I feel that mental health can often be overlooked because we don't...

Difficult Conversations

5 tips for having difficult conversations

In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, many people were concerned about how their family get-togethers would go given the post-election sentiment in our nation. Perhaps...

Early Childhood Center

Every Child Benefits: Exploring Collaborations between Occupational Therapy and Early Childhood Education

"You don't have to have a disability to benefit from occupational therapy," explains occupational therapist and Colorado State University Assistant Professor, Lisa Fyffe. "Occupational therapists can...

Penne

Penne with Tofu, Braised Squash and Greens

Winter squash, such as butternut, is full of fiber, potassium, iron, and beta carotene. This recipe makes a great main dish, or skip the tofu for...

Miranda Epperson HDFS

Human development and family studies student overcomes health challenges to get to graduation

At times, Miranda Epperson was bedridden for days or even weeks on end struggling with chronic illnesses. Since her early twenties, she has battled autoimmune disorders,...

Poster Presentation

Students build community partnerships through class projects

During a semester project, second-year occupational therapy students had the opportunity to apply classroom learning in real life situations. The project, as a part of...

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Outstanding grad finds her passion in design and merchandising

Daniele Croteau has found a great amount of success throughout her career at CSU - culminating in her being recognized with one of Colorado State Unversity's...

Rochelle Braaten

CSU employee and OLPC grad making an impact on CSU military student community

When she became a Colorado State University employee in 2008, Rochelle Braaten didn't set out to become an expert in higher education policies and benefits for...

Addy Brown

Mental health challenges inspire occupational therapy grad to help others

Addy Brown's challenges with her own mental health have guided her research, fieldwork, and volunteer experiences as a student in the Department of Occupational Therapy.

Brown grew...

Harrison Tucker

Finding the perfect fit in construction management

Harrison Tucker took a longer journey than most to find the Colorado State University Department of Construction Management. Tucker was born in Indianapolis, but moved frequently...

Miranda Minton

Social work grad turns her life around, earns degree

Miranda Minton has faced more than her fair share of challenges. After fighting through addiction, incarceration, divorce and personal tragedy, Minton will take her place among...

Houser Dan HES Grad

Health and exercise science student-veteran juggles family, classes, reserves, and applying to medical school

Daniel Houser is excited to have found his path in life - and if all goes as planned - he is on the way to becoming...

Alex Romero in front of Kiewit truck

Outstanding Construction Management grad turns summer internship into full time job after graduation

Remember that school project where you constructed popsicle stick bridges? And then there was a competition to see whose bridge held the most weight?

Building these...

Chrissy and Kellie

CSU spinoff Smart Fit Girls planning to expand

Just in time for those new year's resolutions, a CSU spinoff that provides health and fitness coaching to girls is planning to expand.

Smart Fit Chicks was...

Picture from left to right: Christi Lovejoy and Erin Ford

The Early Childhood Center Welcomes Teachers Erin Ford and Christi Lovejoy

The ECC is delighted to announce that Erin Ford has accepted our offer to join the ECC as the Mentor Teacher in the Younger Toddler classroom....

Anne Van Arsdall, director of undergraduate advising in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies

College of Health and Human Sciences Fall Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony December 16

The Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences will confer undergraduate degrees at a commencement ceremony on Friday, December 16, at 7 p.m., in...

Holiday Weight

The Holiday Miracle - Preventing Weight Gain

Two things we know: 1) The holidays are an eventful (sometimes stressful) time of year, and 2) The rates of obesity among Americans is growing every...

Former professional dancer graduating with degree in Fermentation Science and Technology

This December, Lauren Sandell will graduate from CSU with a B.S. in Fermentation Science and Technology. Formerly a professional dancer, Sandell made the spontaneous decision to...

Caminos students

CSU students mentor local Spanish-speaking high schoolers in 'Caminos'

A group of 86 native Spanish-speaking Fort Collins High School students visited campus recently to cap off their fall semester experience in "Caminos," a program in...

Moving to Mindfulness

Researchers to study mindfulness and teens in high-conflict homes

Colorado State University is launching an innovative study to help adolescents in high-conflict homes - using mindfulness techniques.

Research has shown that teens exposed to frequent and...

Ellin Godwin

KRNC Student Spotlight

Ellen Godwin grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and is currently a first year graduate student here at CSU. Ellen's research is focused on whether beta-glucans...

Preschool sing-along

Early Childhood Center preschoolers bring holiday cheer to President Frank

December in the Administration Building just wouldn't be the same without the annual holiday sing-along, which took place this year on Dec. 5. The four-year-olds who...

Ptero Couture

Ptero Couture: Fashion show celebrates the opening of new exhibit at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery

Colorado State University students and the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery partnered to celebrate the opening of a new exhibit, "Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of...

Holiday Eating

Eat mindfully through the holidays

Between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve, I often hear negative refrains related to nutrition and lifestyle: We are too busy to exercise, too stressed to take...

Angela Mauney

Army veteran, School of Education doctoral student juggles dissertation work and full-time job with U.S. Dept. of State

Angela Mauney is an expert in cybersecurity, and network security and privacy—and a doctoral student in the School of Education. For nearly 20 years, Mauney has...

Dining In Day

Dining in for healthy families - Celebrate Family & Consumer Sciences Day

Celebrate the second annual Family & Consumer Sciences Day on December 3 by dining in with Colorado State University's Family and Consumer Sciences students and faculty....