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CM Professors chosen as MCAA Educators of the Year

CM Professors Dennis Pettitt and Mostafa Khattab were recognized as Educators of the Year by the Mechanical Contractors Association of America at their annual meeting in early March.

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Department of Occupational Therapy welcomes new Pi Theta Epsilon members

During a ceremony held on February 27, the Department of Occupational Therapy welcomed one of its largest group of new members into Pi Theta Epsilon. PTE, a national honor society, recognizes outstanding students who demonstrate scholastic excellence and a commitment to contributing to the advancement of the occupational therapy profession.

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Occupational Therapy Silent Auction: A bidding success

Students, faculty and community members gathered in the Lory Student Center Theater on February 17 for the Student Occupational Therapy Association Fifth Annual Silent Auction. The auction is SOTA’s largest fundraising event of the year. This year the silent auction raised over $3000 to support student professional development including sending students to the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference in Philadelphia.

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CSU neuroscientists share mind-blowing details about the brain

CSU neuroscientists Leslie Stone-Roy leads Brain Awareness Week activities to teach hundreds of middle-school and high-school students about the brain.

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Geographer of the United States speaks on campus March 30

Lee Schwartz will be on campus for the GIS in Higher Education Summit, and present a free public lecture in the evening.

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Alumni Feature: Ashley Acuff, Family and Consumer Sciences

Ashley Acuff is from Palo Alto, California, and moved to Fort Collins to pursue a degree in family and consumer sciences education from CSU – and never left!

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Standing Committee’s report on women faculty’s experiences available online

More than 200 people attended forum to hear findings from year-long study.

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First online Systems Engineering Ph.D. grad leads the way for 80 peers

Like many other students who work full time, Brian Gallagher said without the online option he may never have been able to fit a doctorate into his already busy schedule.

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LeaderShape Institute set for May 15-19 this year

Deadline to apply for free week-long retreat for students is March 27.

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Author shares untold stories of Chilean miners trapped underground

Hector Tobar speaks about his book, “Deep Down Dark,” in Denver and Fort Collins, March 30-31.

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