The NIH recently awarded Greg Amberg a $1.5 million grant to study calcium channels in the pituitary cells known as gonadotropes.
Daily Archives: May 1, 2017
On Tuesday, April 25, the Colorado State University School of Social Work held an induction ceremony and breakfast reception for its 2017 Phi Alpha Honor Society – Theta Pi Chapter members. 50 students joined in 2017, the largest group of inductees in the CSU chapter’s 18-year history.
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.
Colorado, a leader in the tourism industry, recently broke records for visitation and tourism dollars. The Denver Post reports that Colorado brought in 77.7 million visitors that spent almost 20 billion dollars. As tourism grows in Colorado, students’ career options …
A proposal to change non-tenure-track faculty appointments at CSU to create career paths took center stage during a panel discussion featuring leaders of the national academic labor movement.
Eighth annual Weather and Science Day with the Colorado Rockies brings STEM to school children.
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.