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Michelle Foster in Food Science and Human Nutrition recently received a grant from the Lipedema Foundation to investigate this poorly understood disease.
CSU’s OT department celebrates its first Ph.D. graduate
Beth Fields earned her M.S. in 2014 and Ph.D. in 2017 from the Department of Occupational Therapy.
‘Gaitway’ to rehab: CSU researcher studying MS and the brain
Brett Fling has received funding to investigate how the brain connects to the body in individuals with MS.
Thanks to a landmark $8.1 million gift from Nancy and Curt Richardson, CSU soon will have an iconic design center that will showcase and elevate several of its signature academic programs.
The School of Education is pleased to announce the addition of Assistant Professor OiYan Poon to the faculty of its Higher Education Leadership doctoral degree specialization.
Jennifer Portz aims to influence the development of health technologies and improve the lives of seniors and their caregivers.
Can interior design result in more adaptable human brains that grow more new neurons in older adults? Two CSU faculty members have joined forces to answer that question.
“I chose construction management because I’ve always known it was what I wanted to do,” said Camille Betance, a construction management major at Colorado State University.
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