Courtney Pfaff, senior in Food Science and Human Nutrition
Try out this hearty tempeh bolognese recipe that can be served over rice, spaghetti, spaghetti squash, or noodles.
Staff members of the Aspen Grille have planned a special menu to honor Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American History Month on Thursday, April 5, and Friday, April 6.
The College of Health and Human Sciences Career Services is hosting Establish Your Experience, a panel and networking event for first- and second-year CHHS students.
After earning three degrees from CSU's Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Karen Morris-Fine led a successful career as a toxicologist for major companies like Coca-Cola and The Boeing Company. Now in retirement, Morris-Fine is leading by example to support research at CSU.
John and Judy Sitzman have established three student scholarships in CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences: in interior design, fermentation science and technology, and human development and family studies.
On November 9, 31 graduate students from departments and schools in CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences submitted posters to the CSU Graduate School’s Graduate Student Showcase.
Celebrate National Nutrition Month by going further with food in a way that fits your life. Whether that's eating healthier breakfasts, using leftovers, or not letting fresh food go to waste in your fridge, try to go further with food.
CSU’s Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is offering three separate dietitian-led group nutrition programs, and all of the programs kick off the week after spring break.