Campus Connections is currently recruiting mentors for the spring 2018 semester.
The CSU Department of Human Development and Family Studies’ youth mentoring program, Campus Connections, has traveled internationally to New Zealand, where the University of Auckland has officially launched it in their community.
ConX (pronounced Connects) is a grant-funded program designed to help students integrate and create community within the five new concentrations in the HDFS major. Learn more about the program.
An intervention designed to reduce heavy marijuana use among college students is showing promising results.
Colorado State University announced the 2017 Sports Hall of Fame class in August, and included among the inductees is Olympian Janay DeLoach (‘08, ‘12).
CSU is partnering with the University of Hawaii to offer support to grandparents through the GRANDcares Project-- a six-week class launching next month.
Lilyana Ortega recently joined the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University. Learn more about Ortega and her research in the area of prevention and intervention programs geared toward youth.
Volunteers from three organizations gathered at the CSU Todos Santos Center for a youth leadership workshop on Saturday, August 19.
Experiencing stress is one thing, but understanding what stress is, and how we respond to it, is a bit harder to fathom. Gloria Luong aims to learn more about stress and how our responses to it changes as we age.
Lauren Shomaker, a researcher in CSU’s Department of Human Development and Family Studies, recently received a grant that will allow her to study why depression is linked to insulin sensitivity.