Outstanding 2017 graduates head to Spring Commencement May 12-14.
Colorado State University graduate students are involved in a new project to create healthier environments in K-12 schools, and they’re starting with a pilot project in Colorado schools designed to give students more physical activity in class.
As a first-generation college student, Humberto Hernandez has served as an inspiration to younger students as a volunteer for the Department of Construction Management and as a tutor.
This light and fresh cherry salsa makes a tasty, and beautiful, addition to your summer grilling.
In recognition of May as National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, we want to remind you just how important and easy it is to work physical activity and sport enjoyment into your daily life.
The key to success is balance. Just ask Taylor Sloan, an outstanding apparel and merchandising student graduating in May. Over the last four years, Sloan has balanced working full time at a local retail store along with her studies and her involvement in the CSU community.
Through the caring and understanding of her professors and supervisors, Diana Purtz has overcome many challenges to earn her master’s in occupational therapy.
Sometimes it only takes one class to sell you on a program of study. For Kelsey Snyder, that class was FTEC 460 – Brewing Science and Technology. Snyder is graduating in May with a degree in fermentation science and technology.
Born and raised in a tiny Colorado mountain town 100 miles from Fort Collins, Carly Mansker, a senior interior design student in the Department of Design and Merchandising, has come a long way on her journey toward graduation.