Nogah Seidemann’s passion for environmental sustainability has earned her an impressive recognition: a prestigious Udall Scholarship.
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Rosie Gomez currently lives in Washington D.C. and has worked at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for the past 10 years, mostly focusing on the prevention of child abuse and neglect at the Children’s Bureau.
Community members and Colorado State University students can now find medical services under one roof at CSU’s new Health and Medical Center, which was completed in June, and is now open for business.
The American Occupational Therapy Association has named 100 Influential People to celebrate 100 years of history of the field — including four with CSU ties.
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.
Graduates of the Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences have overcome many challenges to get the graduation. Read more about our outstanding graduates and their achievements.
Join Amanda Boostrom, registered dietitian nutritionist and certified lactation educator in the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, on June 15 to learn what to eat to be healthy, feel vibrant during your pregnancy and gain confidence that you are providing the best start possible for your baby.
Students in the Hospitality Management Program at CSU have some unique opportunities for hands-on learning.
Interior design alumnus Michael Bent is from Centennial, Colorado. He is currently living in New York City where he works as a designer for IA Interior Architects.
Rachel McKinney changed her major a couple of times before finding her calling in the Colorado State University Fermentation Science and Technology Program.