After producing videos for National Geographic, Meg Mealy realized her true calling was in school counseling.
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Susheela Mallipudi spends her days as a student success coach supporting Colorado State University Online graduate students in engineering, natural sciences, liberal arts and student affairs programs.
Student-athlete Amoni Ashby came to Colorado State University with two goals in mind: to train and compete under CSU track and field Assistant Coach Karim Abdel Wahab in sprints, hurdles and relays, and to pursue a master’s degree specializing in Adult Education and Training.
When she became a Colorado State University employee in 2008, Rochelle Braaten didn’t set out to become an expert in higher education policies and benefits for veteran and military students.
Angela Mauney is an expert in cybersecurity and network security and privacy — and a doctoral student in the School of Education.
Celebrate the second annual Family & Consumer Sciences Day on Dec. 3 by dining in with Colorado State University’s Family and Consumer Sciences students and faculty.
Colorado State University held its third Graduate Student Showcase on Tuesday, Nov. 15, in the Lory Student Center Ballroom.
Amy Huff, a master’s student in the School of Education’s Counseling and Career Development specialization, was one of eight graduate students representing the School of Education at Colorado State University’s Graduate Student Showcase on Nov. 15.
During the first week in October, School of Education alumnus Paul Jones was inaugurated as the 10th president of Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley, Georgia.
On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the School of Education’s Education Sciences specialization will host the second installment of its research colloquium series.