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Stacey Nichols

Making a Lasting Impact through Yoga

"Yoga has been something I have participated in for myself. I had hoped I could integrate my yoga training into my work as an occupational...

CEP Cording Fall 2016

CEP cords Fall 2016 graduates from teacher preparation programs

This fall, more than 45 Center for Educator Preparation students received a light-blue cord, marking them as educators among their fellow graduates in their respective content...

Dawn Clifford and Dean Jeff McCubbin

Leading expert in nutrition education and counseling receives 2016 CHHS Emerging Leader Alumna award

"I appreciated the many opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition to gain more experience in a...

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See photos from the School of Education's Fall 2016 commencement celebration

At the end of each semester, Colorado State University's School of Education holds a commencement celebration to honor its graduating students. The celebration is a time...

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CSU faculty receive international recognition for their apparel designs

When Department of Design and Merchandising faculty members Anna Perry and Diane Sparks took garment designs to Vancouver, Canada, in November for the International Textile and...

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Construction Management student competition teams poised to build off of recent successes

Student Competition season is in full swing and CSU construction management competition teams are poised to continue their recent successes. The National Association of Home Builders...

Georgia and Ben Granger

HABIC-forming: Dog-assisted therapy program has enduring impact

The first time Georgia Granger was struck by the powerful effect that animals can have on people was more than 40 years ago, when she was...

Kristen Lackey and Adrian Jesse

CSU grad students: Lettuce start eating more leafy greens

It's not easy to make kale and chard sexy, but two Colorado State University graduate students have found clever ways to get everyone to eat more...

Matt Carnal

CSU student is sole U.S. male chosen for grueling bike race across Siberia

A Colorado State University graduate student is the only male cyclist in the country that has been selected for the longest bicycle stage race in the...

Lowell Eugene Jenkins

In Memory: Lowell Eugene Jenkins

The CSU School of Social Work community mourns the loss of Lowell Eugene Jenkins, former Director of Field Education and social work professor during a 25-year...

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Exploring intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting continues to be a trendy topic, promoted by numerous books as the ultimate path to healing and weight loss. Fasting is defined as the...

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10 ways to connect with your partner daily

Couples can live together yet realize they hardly know what's going on each other's lives. Partners can see each other often through the day, yet at...

Kellie Walter

Five new year's resolutions for healthier, stronger girls

This article featuring CSU alumna Kellie Walters was adapted from a piece by Clinton Colmenares of The Newsstand at Clemson University.

This new year, physical fitness...

HDFS Community Service Team

Service learning course to work with youth in Baja California Sur

Colorado State University students are invited to enroll in a new 3-credit service learning program at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico during the first...

Meg Mealy

CCD student finds sense of purpose while pursuing school counseling degree

As an undergraduate student, Meg Mealy pursued a degree in video production as a way to put her love of theater and creativity to work. During...

Karen Kaminski

Karen Kaminski honored for excellence in online education

In recognition for her dedication to online students and adept course facilitation style, Dr. Karen Kaminski of Colorado State University's School of Education was recently honored...

Gretchen Wall

Alumni Spotlight - Gretchen L. Wall

Gretchen L. Wall, M.S., PSA Coordinator & Northeast Regional Extension Associate

Since 2011, Gretchen Wall has been the coordinator for the Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) and...

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Crunchy sweet greek yogurt

Greek yogurt is high in protein and a great source of calcium. Flavored yogurt is high in added sugar, though, so try this natural way to...

Charlotte Lakin

KRNC Student Spotlight

Charlotte Lakin is British by nationality but was born and raised in Dubai until the age of 13, at which time her family moved to Colorado....

Holly Martin

CSU undergrad student fills in at Fort Collins High under trying circumstances

Holly Martin's student-teaching semester last fall was probably more intense than that of her fellow teacher candidates in CSU's School of Education.

The undergraduate student stepped in...

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Wdowik nutrition column: Top 10 resolutions for the new year

Based on statistics and testimonials, half of you made a New Year's resolution. Half of those resolutions will not be maintained, though, either because they are...

Jordan Shute

KRNC Student Spotlight

Jordan Shute was born in Omaha, Nebraska but has lived in Boulder, CO longer than anywhere else. She is a first-year graduate student at CSU in...

2017 fitness trends

What's new in fitness in 2017

Where will fitness, health, and overall wellness go in 2017? Here are a few of the areas expected to grow in the health industry in...