Before earning the chance to represent Colorado in this year’s Miss America pageant, Shannon Patilla had to overcome adversity — including losing her father unexpectedly her freshman year in high school.
Daily Archives: August 3, 2016
A little more than seven years ago, when U.S. Marine Sgt. Joel Peters lay in a coma following a Humvee accident in East Africa, doctors weren’t sure he was going to live — much less fulfill his dream of following in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps by becoming a police officer.
CSU student David Colangelo spent this summer working for Elderhaus Adult Day Programs as a part of his fieldwork toward his degree in occupational therapy, and it was a creative affair.
Family engagement and promoting civic leadership are at the heart of the work being done throughout Colorado.
Materials scientists have created a “superhydrophobic” coating that easily slicks away viscous liquids like syrup, honey and ketchup.
Students are participating in an increasing number of case competitions due to the benefits they provide.