Tag "College of Health and Human Sciences"

1st proceeds from Tartan Plaid sales go to scholarships

The Department of Design and Merchandising has received its first swatch of funding from revenues generated by the Tartan Plaid one of its students designed last year.

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Professor publishes 10th edition of book on social work

Brad Sheafor, professor emeritus of the School of Social Work at Colorado State University, has recently had the 10th edition of his popular textbook Techniques and Guidelines for Social Work Practice published by Pearson Education, with Charles R. Horejsi as co-author.

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CHHS Alumni Awards unveiled at Homecoming/Donor Breakfast

The CSU College of Health and Human Sciences announced the first recipients of its new Alumni Awards last week.

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Donation plants musical garden at Early Childhood Center

The CSU Early Childhood Center has a new “musical garden” for children, thanks to the support of two dear friends.

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Ram legend Hammon reaches state hall of fame

CSU basketball legend Becky Hammon has been voted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame. She is one of 18 former CSU athletes or coaches in the state’s hall.

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Race to register for Homecoming 5K

Colorado State University’s 100 Years of Homecoming celebration on Oct. 18 will get off to a healthy start with the annual Homecoming 5K Race at 8 a.m. Runners and walkers will gather at CSU’s iconic Oval to enjoy the fall Read More

Apples are simple and healthful, yet full of variety

The following column was written by Melissa Wdowik, PhD, RDN, an assistant professor at Colorado State University in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, and director of the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center. With autumn’s arrival and October being

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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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Volunteers sought for weight-loss study

A CSU researcher is seeking volunteers to participate in a study on a dietary supplement that may promote weight loss and improve control of blood sugar. In the study, being conducted by the Human Performance Clinical/Research Laboratory in the Department

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New CSU exhibit draws inspiration from diverse cultures

Graduate students in Colorado State University’s Department of Design and Merchandising will show off their original textile designs in a new multicultural exhibit that debuts on Friday, Sept. 26, in CSU’s Gustafson Gallery. The textile items featured in the exhibit,

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