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Course on sustainability offered April 10-11

The Institute for the Built Environment is cohosting an event with sustainability consultant Ben Haggard about regenerative development and the education of ecologic sustainability on Tuesday, April 11, in Fort Collins and on Monday, April 10, in Denver.

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Shock absorber: CSU research quantifies effectiveness of wheelchair suspension system

A Colorado State University business and research collaboration is helping to improve the lives and health of wheelchair users.

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Study: Dancing may offset some effects of aging in the brain

A new study led by a Colorado State University researcher shows that kicking up your heels can actually be good for your noggin.

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B.S.W. graduate on a mission for peace

As an undergrad in Colorado State University’s bachelor of social work program, Alice Ardito developed a broad knowledge base of social work practice, including a commitment to human rights and individual, community, and global well-being. Today, after graduating from the program in 2016, Ardito is making a difference in the Dominican Republic serving as a Peace Corps volunteer.

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Avenir unveils ‘Tying the Knot’ bridal gown exhibition

CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising has unveiled “Tying the Knot,” a new exhibition of bridal gowns, accompanied by photos and stories of many of the brides who wore them.

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Construction Management faculty named MCAA Educators of the Year

Dennis Pettitt and Mostafa Khattab of the Department of Construction Management were named Educators of the Year by the Mechanical Contractors Association of America at its 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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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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Magazine honors CSU School of Education faculty member Susana Muñoz

Susana Muñoz, an assistant professor in CSU’s School of Education, is among the “Top 25 Women in Higher Education and Beyond,” according to the magazine Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

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