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.
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.
The first annual College of Health and Human Sciences Research Day showcased the variety and quality of research and creative scholarship by students, faculty, and staff.
Join the College of Health and Human Sciences Dean’s Leadership Council for an evening of stress relief and self-care! The DLC will be hosting the third annual McCubbin Leadership Event to help students combat the negative health effects of chronic stress or “burnout.”
The inaugural CHHS Research Day celebrating research and creative scholarship in the College of Health and Human Sciences is March 10.
Chelsea Hansen sheds light on the importance of electronic accessibility and how her role supports the educational needs of individuals across campus.
The Temple Grandin Equine Center will elevate CSU into a position of world leadership in equine-assisted activities and therapy.
From opioid misuse to addressing the needs of the homeless population, students develop group projects with a variety of real-life experiences in collaboration with community partners.