Faculty & Staff

Fruhauf co-edits book on issues faced by older LGBT adults

Christine Fruhauf, a Human Development and Family Studies professor at CSU whose research focuses on gerontology, co-edited a book that was published August titled “The Lives of LGBT Older Adults: Understanding Challenges and Resiliencies.”

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Gwen Gorzelsky leads TILT

The Institute for Learning and Teaching has announced Dr. Gwen Gorzelsky as its new executive director.

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Everyday Hero Laura Snowhite

Everyday Hero Laura Snowhite is known for willingly and cheerfully taking on added projects. She loves working for CSU. “I’ll work here as long as they let me stay,” she says.

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School of Social Work: Four decades of success

2014 marks two milestones in the Colorado State University School of Social Work.

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Learn how to use Canvas in place of Blackboard

As CSU upgrades to Canvas from RamCT Blackboard, instructors are encouraged to take advantage of the many in-person training sessions and comprehensive online resources available to them as they transition to this modern, easy-to-use learning management system with robust features Read More

HES department head inducted into kinesiology academy

Barry Braun, the new head of the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University, has been inducted as a fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology. Braun was inducted at the academy’s 84th annual meeting, which was

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Notaros receives international engineering society teaching award

A Colorado State University professor has been named the recipient of the 2015 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ 2015 Undergraduate Teaching Award.

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New director for Temple Grandin Equine Center Program

Adam Daurio has been named the director of Administration for the Temple Grandin Equine Center Program.

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Benefit for Keith Jentzsch

Colorado State University employee Keith Jentzsch, Programs and Exhibitions Coordinator for the University Art Museum, was seriously injured in an assault near his home in Fort Collins on August 7. He faces a long recovery and rehabilitation period. A benefit

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Page: Animal cancer treatment valuable to humans

Dr. Rodney Page thinks the dog is a cancer patient's best friend. Not in the way you might think. Yes, dogs offer loyal companionship that might be especially meaningful to a pet owner facing disease diagnosis and treatment. Yet there’s Read More