Each new year brings a fresh wave of individuals looking to satisfy their resolutions to get active and live healthy. But Smart Fit Chicks, a company born at Colorado State University, understands that keeping these resolutions isn’t always easy — and is here to help.
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Nancy Mendoza, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at CSU, was one of only 13 students nationwide selected for the American Evaluation Association’s Graduate Education Diversity Internship Program.
This summer Joseph Akmakjian, a CSU alumnus living with muscular dystrophy, celebrated a birthday he never thought he would have by doing something he never thought he would do: skydive. But for Akmakjian this was more than just a birthday outing; it was a chance to raise awareness about disability.
Colorado State University’s historic Oval will be alive with excitement on Oct. 17 as more than 2,000 participants take their marks at the 35th annual Homecoming 5K Race, and those who register by the early-bird deadline of 4 p.m. on Oct. 9 can save $10 on their entry fee.
INTO CSU has named Merrill Johnson as its new academic director. Johnson began the new position this summer, hoping to contribute his passion of internationalization to INTO CSU, a program that facilitates the integration of international students into university life.
While most 20-somethings grew up picturing Africa through the eyes of Simba, Timon and Pumba, 12 students from CSU experienced “the real Africa” on a three-week service-learning trip to Livingstone, Zambia this summer.
Summer is drawing to a close, but there is still time for one last hurrah: All campus and community members are invited to attend the third annual Community Open House and Ice Cream Social at Colorado State University on Aug. 12.