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Posts From Marissa Isgreen

Marissa Isgreen

Marissa Isgreen

Science and fashion intersect at CSU summer program for middle-school girls

Middle-school girls sharpened their STEM skills this summer through the third annual offering of Fashion FUNdamentals at Colorado State University.

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Fermentation science grad brews up a second career

Sometimes it only takes one class to sell you on a program of study. For Kelsey Snyder, that class was FTEC 460 – Brewing Science and Technology. Snyder is graduating in May with a degree in fermentation science and technology.

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Studies on the high sea: Q&A with Semester at Sea participant Steve Salter

Steve Salter is a transfer student studying nutrition and food science at CSU. He recently studied abroad with Semester at Sea. Here’s what he had to say about the experience.

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Q&A with health and exercise science assistant professor Neha Lodha

Neha Lodha is an assistant professor in CSU’s Department of Health and Exercise Science, and is also the director of the Laboratory for Movement Neuroscience and Rehabilitation. Learn more about her research interests and why she came to CSU.

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Social Work students host ‘A Night for Women’ April 13

Students in Colorado State University’s School of Social Work are hosting a benefit to raise awareness about violence against women.

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Research, teaching, and exercise science: Q&A with assistant professor Brett Fling

Brett Fling is an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University and the Director of the Sensorimotor Neuroimaging Laboratory. Learn more about why he came to CSU and his research interests in the nervous system and the brain.

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Artistic brain: Colorful neurons are CSU student’s inspiration for hand-dyed textile

Apparel design student Nogah Seidemann used a neurology experiment called Brainbow as inspiration for her hand-dyed textile showing in the 10th annual Art and Science Exhibition.

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Recipe: Italian stuffed zucchini boats

These stuffed zucchini boats are a fun, nutritious way to experience traditional Italian flavors.

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Researching attitudes about aging: Q&A with assistant professor Allyson Brothers

Allyson Brothers is an assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Learn about her research interests in how our attitudes toward aging effect how we age and what brought her to CSU below.

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Q&A with Human Development and Family Studies assistant professor Kelley Quirk

Kelley Quirk is an assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Central Michigan University, and received her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Louisville. Learn more about what brought her to CSU and how she got into counseling psychology.

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