CSU student David Colangelo spent this summer working for Elderhaus Adult Day Programs as a part of his fieldwork toward his degree in occupational therapy, and it was a creative affair.
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Vera Bodle began quilting at 80 years old as a way to distract her hands when she quit smoking.
Christine Fruhauf, an associate professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, has been recognized for her outstanding research contributions to the field of aging with the award of fellow status in the Gerontological Society of America.
Colorado State University’s Campus Connections, formerly called Campus Corps, is on its way to the University of Auckland in New Zealand.
Eric Wilson’s dream of opening a youth center in Fort Collins is coming to life thanks to his recent securement of a fellowship award from the National Board of Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program.
“Demand for local food has grown throughout the country, and Northern Colorado is no exception,” said Ashley Colpaart, a Ph.D. student in CSU’s Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition who has a passion for growing local food economies.
Like many students, Justin Alexander entered his first year of college unsure of his end goals and desired career path.
CJ Riggins will put her 20 years of fashion industry experience to the test in this year’s CSU Collegiate Challenge on April 27.