News from our alumni around the world and beyond.
The field house on College Avenue was converted to a barracks in the 1940s, the gymnasium became a dining hall, and an obstacle course provided speeded-up physical fitness training for students ready to enlist.
Four CM alumni have committed to giving more after being selected to join the construction management Professional Advisory Development Board (PADB) Executive Council.
CM honors Rick Tucker, executive vice president of Hensel Phelps, with Friend of the Department Award.
Dr. Ashley Cameron, a surgery resident, is the winner of the Boucher Award, which honors a house officer at New Bolton Center for excellent teaching. She graduated from CSU in 2016, and completed an internship at Equine Medical Center of Ocala, followed by a large animal clinical fellowship at Oregon State University.
Fortier earned a PhD in veterinary medicine from Cornell in 1998 and her DVM from Colorado State University in 1991, and is currently the James Law professor of surgery, director of equine programs and associate chair for research and graduate education at Cornell University.
Shelbie Engelking is the State PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) Ombudsman in Colorado. Engelking is a Colorado native and has bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Social Work, and a master’s degree in Social Work from Colorado State University. Learn more about her experiences after graduating from CSU.
The Department of Design and Merchandising is highlighting the incredible talent that fosters the community of Design and Merchandising at CSU.
Fashion FUNdamentals is a beloved program that has been offered at CSU's Department of Design and Merchandising since 2015. This year the department hired a new leader for the program.