Veteran gets Back on TRAC to earn psychology degree from College of Natural Sciences.
Honors scholar plans to put biomedical sciences degree to work in a tangible way as a physician.
Nontraditional student overcomes dyslexia to graduate from Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
Although Fu arrived from Shanghai as a psychology major, after her first stats class at CSU, she was hooked.
First-generation student has earned his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering, credit for a patent, and a love of research.
For her senior capstone project, Iron designed four pieces that are meant to be worn in a professional work environment and take patterns and colors from traditional Native American wear.
Alhuwaidi and his wife, Jasmine, who is studying applied computing technology at CSU, are dedicated to promoting computer science as a career for women in their homeland of Saudi Arabia.
The Estes Park native says the condition she was born with — coupled with her CSU education — has inspired her to pursue work in which she can “help people harness their passions, despite any adversity they face.”