Online classes make a pre-health degree possible for career-changing mother of two.
First-generation student finds career in construction management in the College of Health and Human Sciences
President Frank's message to campus on where we are in responding, and to share some thoughts as our semester comes to a close.
Meditation, management and mindfulness are some of the interventions that researchers from Colorado State University’s Department of Human Development and Family studies have been implementing at the assisted-living facilities run by Columbine Health Systems in Fort Collins.
Center recognized for outstanding service and outreach in supporting people with disabilities.
Interior design Professor Katherine Leigh was excited about the opportunity to collaborate with the CSU campus in Todos Santos, Mexico. A total of seven students from the interior design program traveled with the INTD 400 class for the service-learning project.
The College of Health and Human Sciences will confer undergraduate degrees at a commencement ceremony on Friday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m., in Moby Arena.
Autumn Gardner refused to take no for an answer. Now she's a record-breaking high jumper at CSU.
Between construction management competition teams, paving a future for women in CM, and helping create a more accessible home, outstanding grad Jenna Richards mastered involvement on campus.