Sarah A. Johnson will be leading an interdisciplinary research team to study the effects of blueberries on cardiovascular health in postmenopausal women with elevated blood pressure.
Monthly Archives: June 2017
The Legacies Project in the CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences was launched in 2012 as a way to chronicle the personal and professional histories of those who helped shape the college. This year, three new honorees were unveiled.
Old Aggie Superior Lager fans, the wait is almost over. Old Aggie, the new beer created through a collaboration between New Belgium Brewing and CSU, makes its official debut Saturday, July 1, at a public launch party at the iconic …
Just as the times and places students can study online are flexible, so are the times and places they can graduate. At least that’s what one online Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) master’s student and her thesis committee have shown.
This dish combines quinoa and oats for a flavorful, high protein, high fiber meal or snack. Easy to make and great as leftovers, it will save you time and energy when you don’t feel like cooking.
Scrolling through your social media feeds, you have probably seen an advertisement or had friends highlighting some new fitness challenge. There are mixed messages from these month long workouts and we are going to break down some of the do and don’ts when joining a fitness challenge.
Richard Thomas “Dick” Hill passed away suddenly at his Fort Collins home on Friday, June 23.
Linny Frickman, director of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, is retiring after 29 years of shaping visual arts at CSU.