Food Science and Human Nutrition Outreach and Engagement
We offer a number of community engagement and outreach programs and services. Our unique learning spaces provide ample opportunity for students to gain experience in their field of interest.
Colorado State University Food Science and Human Nutrition Extension acts as a liaison between the university and the community. By utilizing resources within the university, Extension is able to disseminate current, accurate, and research-based food science and nutrition information to Extension Agents located throughout the state, as well as professionals and community members. The Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition also includes a nationally recognized Expanded Food and Nutrition Education program (EFNEP).
Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center
Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center dietitian nutritionists provide motivational nutrition information, lifestyle coaching, cooking classes, and personalized diet, shopping, meal planning and wellness tips.
Conceived and designed by students, the Aspen Grille offers real-world experience to students in the Hospitality Management Program within the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
Lillian Fountain Smith Nutrition Conference
The Lillian Fountain Smith Conference was first made possible with charitable gifts from the Lillian Fountain Smith Trust, established by Mr. and Mrs. J. Fish Smith. In 2018 we celebrated the 38th year of the conference. People have attended this conference from across the United States during the past three decades.
The Culinary Lab offers a training, research and testing environment for CSU students while providing shared-use services to the Larimer County community, and university employees.
Food Processing Support Services
Available for problem solving to Colorado food industries and/or entrepreneurs.