CSU's remote control room for Fermilab's NOvA experiment is one of only 12 in the world.
"You don't have to have a disability to benefit from occupational therapy," says occupational therapist and CSU Assistant Professor Lisa Fyffe. "Occupational therapists can support the playfulness, development and learning of all children in small and large ways."
Second-year occupational therapy students at CSU had the opportunity to apply classroom learning in real-life situations this past semester.
CSU graduate student Tim Mowry will embark on an educational adventure in January, as an intern for a corporate research center outside of Tokyo.
For those suffering depression or anxiety, using cannabis for relief may not be the long-term answer.
Support services helped single parent learn skills to make a difference in people's lives.
A group of CSU graduate students recently gained professional experience in the art of going back in time by performing a historical analysis of churches and a sugar-beet factory in the town of Windsor.
A group of 86 native Spanish-speaking Fort Collins High School students visited campus recently to cap off their fall semester experience in “Caminos,” a program in which CSU student mentors show them that attending college is a real possibility — even when they are the first in their family to do so.
When talking with Jo Buckley, you start to wonder if she’s slightly superhuman. Now in her third year of college, she juggles the collective titles of world traveler, community leader and triple major with ease.