Tap into your natural hunger signals to avoid overeating.
It is interesting to watch children form friendships because these interactions shape their personalities and behavior.
Several members of the CSU community will be presenters at the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity, being held May 31 to June 4 in San Francisco.
The School of Education’s Adult Education and Training specialization and Center for Educator Preparation at CSU are seeking session proposals for the “Teaching Practices: Honoring Diversity and Inclusion” track at CSU’s annual Diversity Symposium, which is taking place at the Lory Student Center Sept. 20-22.
Students in CSU’s Department of Design and Merchandising came to the aid of Colorado firefighters this spring, creating new uniforms that will differentiate them from police officers — whether they’re at the scene of an emergency or in the grocery store.
Chrissy Chard and Kellie Walters, who first met at CSU while earning their graduate degrees in the Department of Health and Exercise Science, won a $5,000 grand prize this week for their nonprofit Smart Fit Girls in the Imagine Colorado Ideas Showcase.
Student leaders from CM Cares presented their projects and celebrated another successful semester of community work in front of a packed house of donors, volunteers, students, faculty and staff on May 12.