Take a look back at the history of the College of Health and Human Sciences.
The College of Health and Human Sciences wants to let you know in these difficult times that we’re still here for you.
With schools closing for an unknown length of time due to the COVID-19 outbreak, parents face the challenging task of figuring out how to support their child’s learning.
Everyone is feeling the strain of social distancing, and young children are no exception. Here are some tips to help your family adjust and get through.
Follow these tips from Colorado State University’s Early Childhood Center for some quick and easy, in-home gross motor activities for children and families.
Prudence “Prue” Kaley was always passionate about caring for others. As a part of her estate, she left a gift to Human Development and Family Studies to create an endowment for the Prue Kaley Scholarship so that it will live on in perpetuity.
Extension has partnered with local aging organizations to create Senior Access Points of Larimer County, a comprehensive website that offers seniors a community of opportunity, research, and service.
Meredith Naughton is a new assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University.
The history of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies has always been ingrained in Colorado State University’s Land Grant mission. Our department’s three-part mission of research, education/training, and outreach/extension has come alive throughout the years.
In a world filled with stressors, mindfulness is essential in combatting the circumstances we face in our lives. But what does mindfulness look like? With these three activities, mindfulness is made simple and building resilience becomes second-nature.