Lise Youngblade, who took the reins of the College of Health and Human Sciences on Aug. 5, is energized by the state of the college — and its potential for growth and innovation.
Human Development and Family Studies master's program alumna Gwen Hatchette ('94) sought to honor her mentor David MacPhee, who contributed greatly to her success in the program, with a gift to his legacy.
Brittney Sly, a doctoral student in food science and human nutrition at Colorado State University, is helping women in Rwanda to grow and maintain kitchen gardens, as part of an effort to increase diet diversity and address malnutrition on a community.
Department of Design and Merchandising alumna Sarah Jenk (05') achieved her dream of becoming an interior designer with The Neenan Company and credits her success to CSU's interior architecture and design program.
A diet soda every once in a while is harmless enough, but how much is too much? Read more to learn the low-down on diet drinks.
Haleigh Chwirka uses her creativity and experiences as an occupational therapy student to design a tool to help people dress more independently.
These tragedies have shocked and saddened us all. However, we can seize this moment to proclaim our commitment to a safe and inclusive community and nation.