'Positive thinker' completes social work degree while caring for premature son.
When the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising opens its doors to the public on Jan. 30, it will not only debut a beautiful new space, but will also unveil a unique collection of 116 miniature quilts designed and sewn by College of Health and Human Sciences alumna Lucile Hawks (M.S. home economics, ’58).
If you are like most Americans, the last six weeks of the year are filled with family, friends and food. Especially food.
In the Disney Pixar movie Inside Out, one of the main themes is that sometimes sadness is a necessary emotion to get to joy. Similarly, a study by a CSU faculty member indicates that awareness of the value of negative emotions can limit the detrimental physical and psychological effects linked to those emotions.
Caitlain Bricker, a senior majoring in apparel and merchandising, is graduating in December, but for now she is 1,700 miles away from CSU, interning at the Jenny Packham New York Showroom in New York City.
The UniverCity Urban Lab, an organization that empowers the Fort Collins community to create and activate places that foster vibrant connections, is hosting its annual open house event at the old Mountain View Tire Shop in Old Town on Friday, Dec. 4.
A new, low-lying building east of Moby Arena hasn’t gotten the same attention as some of the other construction projects on campus, but passersby may want to give it a closer look.
Jody Donovan, Colorado State University assistant vice president for student affairs and dean of students, has been selected as a Pillar of the Profession by the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) and the NASPA Foundation in recognition of her many years of outstanding teaching, research and service to the profession.