Two new graduate students in food science and human nutrition share their story.
Just in time for the holidays, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is serving up a warm and savory festive crepe dish packed with festive herbs.
While it never regained its lofty status as the top diet soda, loyal Tab fans kept the brand alive.
Sarah Ardanuy Johnson is providing important experience working on research projects to two undergraduate students. Brayden Smith, a junior, and Lauren Grabos, a senior, are studying the health impacts that consumption of berries such as blueberries and aronia berries and microgreens have on human health.
This year, the College of Health and Human Sciences awarded scholarships to 248 students across all academic units totaling more than $455,000. Read more about a few students who were recognized with scholarships for their academic perseverance, contributions to the community, and goals for their futures.
To celebrate the day, meet first-generation college student Kathryn-Quintero, from Glenwood Springs, Colorado, a fourth-year hospitality management major minoring in business administration.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial stress for many individuals, including students. Fortunately, financial support from sympathetic donors and friends are providing some relief.
This month the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center recognizes the Indigenous foods found in our country and celebrates the variety of foods to make.
In need of some easy comfort food for your November mornings? The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center has the perfect match for you this month.