Remember that school project where you constructed popsicle stick bridges? And then there was a competition to see whose bridge held the most weight?
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Participating in Colorado State University’s Homecoming 5k on Oct. 8 not only helps you improve your own health, but the health of firefighters too.
This summer break, many College of Health and Human Sciences students splashed into research and internships across the world.
Kevin Kissell (’97, ’00, ’08) was the type of kid who planned the outfit he was going to wear to tackle life on the farm.
This June, 30 middle-school girls participated in the second annual offering of Fashion FUNdamentals at Colorado State University.
Sarah Bibbey, social work ’17, has traveled to Ghana three times in less than three years.
Matt Racine, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Health and Exercise Science, recently received the Fleur L. Strand Professional Opportunity Award from the Women in Physiology Committee of the Society of Experimental Biology.
Juleen Zierath, Ph.D., the first woman to chair a Nobel Prize selection committee, will speak at Colorado State University on Wednesday, Jan. 13, at 5 p.m. in the Behavioral Sciences Building, Room 131.
Caitlain Bricker, a senior majoring in apparel and merchandising, is graduating in December, but for now she is 1,700 miles away from CSU, interning at the Jenny Packham New York Showroom in New York City.