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CSU cooking program for kids gains high praise

A Colorado State University program that teaches elementary school kids how to cook – and eat healthier in the process – has received glowing marks from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Campus Corps lands grant to evaluate youth mentoring model

Story by Chance Johnson CSU’s Campus Corps youth mentoring program has received nearly $600,000 in funding from the William T. Grant Foundation to study the effectiveness of its distinctive approach to improving the lives of at-risk youth. Shelley Haddock, associate

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Partnership brings public health, sustainability research closer together

Focus of schools will be on Global Environmental Change and Public Health.

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Pet Health: Screening tests uncover hidden conditions early

Common tests your vet might recommend for your pet to detect a health problem early.

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New health, medical center planned as gateway to campus

Plans to build an on-campus medical center that will serve as a gateway to campus, enhance student medical services, and bolster health care research were approved today.

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CSU launches online Master of Arts Leadership and Administration degree

Colorado State University recently launched an online Master of Arts Leadership and Administration to provide professionals in all arts disciplines with the knowledge and acumen they need to serve as visionary leaders in their field.

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Charting Colorado’s vulnerability to climate change

New study from CSU and CU assesses how well prepared the state is to deal with climate change.

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Princess of Thailand makes second visit to CSU to learn about cancer research

Robert Williams, a chemistry professor, explained how he and his colleagues are trying to develop new cancer drugs from marine organisms.

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Leprosy maintains stubborn hold through unexpected buddy system

A group of CSU researchers has provided a new explanation of how leprosy could be transmitted.

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CSU study finds “islands” of evolution within an island

Study challenges long-held notion that mountain ranges, canyons and other physical are needed to spur biodiversity.

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