Read about our new instructors in FSHN, Amy Sheflin and Brittney Sly.
The NSF-funded program brings together students and faculty who are interested in studying food, energy and water issues and the many ways in which those systems affect each other.
This healthy take on classic peanut butter cup candies is a fall go-to for your sweet tooth!
The Aspen Grille, a student-run restaurant located in the Lory Student Center, reopened for both dine-in and takeout on September 14.
When Josie Fouts graduated from CSU in 2016, she left with more than a master’s degree in food science and nutrition. She kindled a passion for the great outdoors that would eventually lead to an attempt to make the Paralympic Games, which started this week.
On Friday, October 8, grab a friend, loved one, or colleague and create some fresh fall favorites with the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center. Register for the KRNC fall date night cooking class today.
Sirui Mi, graduate student in the department of Food Science and Human Nutrition answers questions about her internship.
As peaches are now at the forefront of many farmers’ markets and grocery store produce sections, we’re celebrating our favorite Colorado peaches by sharing peach nutrition information, preservation tips, and preparation ideas.