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Gift supports expanded nutrition outreach and programming in CSU’s new Health and Medical Center

The Colorado State University Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center will be providing nutrition and outreach programming to the campus and community in an expanded space thanks to a transformational gift from longtime supporters Pat and Larry Kendall.

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Colorado State University faculty and alumnus named among top 100 influential people in OT

The nominations are in, and in honor of their centennial, the American Occupational Therapy Association has named 100 Influential People to celebrate 100 years of history of the field (1917 – 2017). The list featured four with ties to the Colorado State University OT program: Ellie Gilfoyle, professor emerita, Anne Fisher, affiliate faculty, Wendy Wood, professor in OT, and Jim Hinojosa, a 1973 OT alumnus.

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Upcoming exhibitions and programs at the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising

A wide variety of historic apparel and textiles will be featured in Fall 2017 exhibitions and programs at the Avenir Museum.

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5 nutrients you need during pregnancy

During pregnancy, your body needs the same balanced food intake as it did before pregnancy, but these important nutrients need special attention.

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Frankly speaking, presidential-inspired gown now at Avenir

A student-designed, Pop Art-inspired ball gown made of recycled materials and embellished with President Tony Frank’s visage is a new addition to the Avenir Museum collection.

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Silk brocade jacket a new addition to the Avenir Museum collection

Longtime Avenir Museum supporter Sophia Aldrich recently donated a Chinese silk brocade jacket to the permanent collection. The jacket belonged to her mother Ai-Hwa Lucy Doe Lei 雷竇愛華 (1906-1977), for whom the Avenir Museum lobby is named, making this an exceptionally meaningful gift. 

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Alumnus champions work-life balance as an MSW in child welfare

On paper, School of Social Work alumnus and combat veteran Alastair Johnson’s career change seems to be an about face: from British Army to child welfare case work. But for Johnson, who completed his M.S.W. in 2014, it was more of a gradual and logical evolution.

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Summer camp introduces high school girls to construction management careers

Loading LEGO bricks into a small cardboard box and writing out simple instructions for making mac and cheese were part of a groundbreaking camp at CSU that helped high school girls picture themselves in the construction management industry.

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Louise White: A legacy of teaching and service in OT

Since 2012, Colorado State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences has been honoring retired staff and faculty emeriti for their exceptional work and forward-thinking contributions to our shared history and accomplishments as a college. On May 23, Louise Wendt White, along with several other honorees, was recognized through the Legacies Project.

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Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy

If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, there are many nutrition tips that can help you feel better, decrease your risk of complications, and improve your baby’s health.

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