Symposium, set for Sept. 26-28, provides opportunities to present research about diversity and inclusion, and communicate CSU’s commitment to these concepts.
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This December, Lauren Sandell will graduate from CSU with a B.S. in Fermentation Science and Technology. Formerly a professional dancer, Sandell made the spontaneous decision to pursue a degree related to health and nutrition.
Aaron Eakman, assistant professor and director of research for the New Start for Student Veterans program at Colorado State University, is helping post-9/11 student veterans sleep more soundly.
This January, the School of Social Work at Colorado State University will add two new graduate certificates to its growing list of online programs designed to provide helping professionals with a competitive edge in the job market: Nonprofit Administration and Military and Veteran Culture.
A Colorado State University faculty member is leading a new research effort to decrease misuse of cannabis among college students.
Professor Manfred Diehl in CSU’s department of Human Development and Family Studies is challenging negative views on aging and physical exercise in order to promote healthy aging.
Young children sometimes experience an accident such as a playground fall that can result in a head injury. Their resulting traumatic brain injury can go undiagnosed but lead to learning problems that crop up later.
A Colorado State University assistant professor and a team of researchers from the University of Colorado School of Medicine have the opportunity to further their research on an excess weight gain prevention program in adolescent mothers.
“Children learn what and how to eat from their parents,” said Amanda Boostrom, a registered dietitian and certified lactation educator at CSU’s Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center.
ASID Student Chapter at CSU snags Outstanding Student Chapter of the Year award for the second year in a row.