Cancer rehab therapist is career goal for College of Health and Human Sciences graduate.
Autumn Gardner refused to take no for an answer. Now she's a record-breaking high jumper at CSU.
CrossFit is a workout formed of varied functional movements performed at a high intensity. It’s built on the foundation of strength and conditioning workouts that challenge your fitness in many ways.
Addison Huck is earning his B.S. in health and exercise science with a concentration in health promotion and is graduating in May. Huck was selected for the Outstanding Senior Award in the College of Health in Human Sciences.
Eric Eads, a 2010 HES alumnus, has experience in the fields of heart health, beer, and now yoghurt. Eads took a roundabout journey to find his passion in the field of fermentation – landing a job at Noosa Yogurt. Read Eads' story here.
See photo highlights and a list of winners from the Multicultural Undergraduate Research, Art and Leadership Symposium.
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.
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.
A new study led by a Colorado State University researcher indicates that riding with an impaired driver is prevalent among emerging adults, with 33 percent of recent high school grads reporting the risky behavior at least once in the previous year.