Sarah A. Johnson, the newest addition to the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition faculty at CSU, is finishing her first academic year as director of the Functional Foods & Human Health Laboratory.
Daily Archives: April 21, 2016
La narración creativa, impregnada de un flujo constante de risas y sonrisas, es la base de un programa basado en la Universidad del Estado de Colorado que inspira a los jóvenes a tomar en todos los aspectos una producción teatral.
A new piece of software developed at Colorado State University will help producers better understand the environmental impact of their work.
Colorado State University researchers are looking for people to join a study on the positive side effects of a new diabetes medication, and participants will get three months of free meals provided by Housing and Dining Services.
In recognition of National Minority Health Month, the Colorado School of Public Health will host a Minority Health Summit on April 29 at Colorado State University.
They trusted him. Kings, prime ministers, dedicated civil servants and a few of the world’s poorest folk trusted late CSU Professor Jerry Eckert, and together they worked to change the world.
CSU’s first Truman Scholar in nearly 40 years plans to become a professor of Arabic to help create greater understanding among cultures.
About 35 students from Fort Morgan High School visited CSU on April 6 in a growing partnership that a faculty member and his students in the Department of Ethnic Studies have formed with that community.