Aging-related programs available to older adults in Larimer County.
A center pioneered at CSU to focus on assessing complex trauma in children was awarded the Jim Drendel Community is the Solution Award by the Department of Health and Human Services of Larimer County on April 6.
Lise Youngblade is being recognized for her achievements with the 2018 Oliver P. Pennock Distinguished Service Award for her 12 years of service to CSU.
The collaborative program allows CSU faculty and students to provide multiple levels of physical and emotional stimulation for local residents living with Parkinson’s disease.
Karen Rattenborg is being recognized with the 2018 Spirit of Philanthropy Award for all the ways she supports CSU. The award was presented by the Division of University Advancement at the Celebrate! CSU event on April 11.
Stress is a part of our lives that we cannot eliminate. The best we can do is manage our response to stress, reducing its negative effects.
The on-campus mentoring program for at-risk youth, Campus Connections, is still accepting applications for the Fall 2018 semester course HDFS 470A.
Colorado State University is hosting two events centered around compassion in the workplace.
Ann Masten will give the inaugural MacPhee Forum lecture on “Resilience in Development: Translating Science into Action” at 4 p.m. on April 19, in room 131 of the Behavioral Sciences Building.