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Fulbright recipient to study cultural integration of OT program in Trinidad and Tobago

Bill Roberts, a Ph.D. student in the Colorado State University Department of Occupational Therapy, was inspired to learn more about international occupational therapy education by his previous volunteer and teaching experiences in Sri Lanka. Now, thanks to a prestigious Fulbright Student Grant, Roberts is heading to the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago for ten months to conduct his dissertation research.

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Lab looking for volunteers to donate their brainwaves to science

The CSU Brainwaves Research Lab in the Department of Occupational Therapy is currently conducting two studies and is looking for people with autism/Asperger’s disorder (15 – 30 years old), neurotypical adults (18-25 years old), and adults with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders (18-25 years old) to volunteer their time to help in one of the two studies described below.

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CSU leads $3.8 million study to understand impacts of western wildfire smoke

The aim is a comprehensive data set for understanding how wildfire smoke changes chemically with time.

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Creating smart, resilient, secure systems is goal of new CSU center

CSU is home to a National Science Foundation research center focused on innovative ways to prevent cyberattacks.

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The numbers tell the story of The Conversation

CSU partnership provides platform for research through The Conversation.

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Manfred Diehl named CSU University Distinguished Professor

Manfred Diehl, an expert on the psychology of aging, has been named a University Distinguished Professor, one of Colorado State University’s highest faculty honors.

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Pitch perfect: Nutrition student named research fellow

Micah Battson, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, was one of 14 Colorado State University graduate students to successfully pitch his way to recognition as a Research Fellow in the Vice President for Research’s 3 Minute Challenge.

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Wanted: CSU graduate students for new produce safety fellowships

CSU graduate students interested in the intersection of produce safety and farming have a new opportunity for a paid fellowship program, starting in the fall of 2017.

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Saving the monkeyflower, exercise balls and other stories at CURC

On April 17, undergraduates from every college and discipline will showcase their work during Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity.

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CSU team predicts slightly below-average 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting 11 named storms during the hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.

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