Newest CSU alums celebrated at weekend ceremonies.
For outstanding graduate Jesse Lyall, life was one of the greatest teachers he’s found when he was faced with a family medical crisis.
An ounce of prevention: Human-Animal Bond in Colorado offers pet safety tips to help you and your family have a purr-fect holiday season.
WFOT Congress provides opportunity for occupational therapists to share research and strengthen profession’s community ties.
Franklin Alvis will graduate with his construction management degree and along the way, he beat cancer, participated in the Honors Program, and was part of an award-winning competition team in CM.
At last spring’s Celebrate! Colorado State awards ceremony, two unique CSU community-based programs were honored with the inaugural Community Engagement Scholarship Awards. There’s no doubt that both of this year’s groundbreaking recipients have had a profound impact on the community, but their life-changing influence goes much deeper than that.
Kelley Covington and Rebecca Lassell were recognized for their research at this year’s showcase.
If there were one word to describe occupational therapy master’s student Tricia Grady it would be: dedication. She received her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and biophysics, but wanted to find a career where she could utilize her research for something meaningful.
Although Colorado State University School of Education student Michelle Hjelm’s degree did not go as originally planned, she’s excited to receive her master’s degree in Education and Human Resource Studies plus teacher licensure in early childhood education on December 15.