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Schelly retires after 30 years of supporting people with disabilities

Believing that all people, regardless of age, abilities or challenges should have a shot at living life to the best of their abilities with the support they need to be successful has influenced Cathy Schelly’s amazing career at the Center for Community Partnerships in the Department of Occupational Therapy.

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Writing degree leads student to Colorado State University and pursuit of a career in teaching

Emily Rice took a winding road to earning her teaching degree. “People had suggested to me that I should consider being a teacher,” she said. “I wanted to try to do something else with my degrees, but the idea of teaching was always in the back of my mind.”

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Exploring journeys through the annual OT Knowledge Exchange

This year marked the 16th annual Knowledge Exchange hosted by Colorado State University’s Department of Occupational Therapy. Occupational therapy practitioners, faculty and CSU-OT students gathered for a full day of speakers and presentations at the event recently held in Fort Collins.

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Recipe: French onion soup

With fresh thyme and bay leaves, a crunchy baguette slice and creamy Gruyere cheese, this French onion soup is a satisfying, flavorful dish for rainy spring evenings.

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Colorado State, ASBC host weeklong course on beer brewing

Calling all brewers: Colorado State University and the American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) are hosting a weeklong course this summer on a variety of topics for industry professionals.

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Wendy Fothergill honored for outstanding instruction

In recognition for her attention to student success and her ability to motivate students toward excellence, Wendy Fothergill of CSU’s School of Education was recently honored with a CSU Online Innovative Educator (OLIE) Award.

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Ben Granger: The legacy of a true social worker

“Ben was a real social worker,” Georgia Granger said remembering her husband. “He loved the students; he wanted to teach them all he could. He wanted them to look at the people, see what they are really like and help them with whatever needs they had.”

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Ph.D. student lands national fellowship to research children’s well-being

Sarah Prendergast, a CSU doctoral student researching factors that promote children’s readiness for school, was one of only 15 people in the nation to receive a prestigious Doris Duke Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being this spring.

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Wdowik column: Deciding whether to celebrate June as National Dairy Month

My grandmother would be confused about the controversy surrounding milk and other dairy products.

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Brian Dunbar: Leaving a legacy of environmental sustainability

Legacies, much like the ancient city of Rome, are not built in one day. The status of greatness is earned through will, passion and countless acts of selfless contributions toward something bigger than his or her self. This is Director of the Colorado State University Institute for the Built Environment and Professor Brian Dunbar’s story.

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