Learn more about the VPR Fellows from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition!
The Laboratory for Movement Neuroscience and Rehabilitation is offering community members (above 65 years of age) an opportunity to get assessments of your fall and driving crash risk using CDC-recommended and nationally recognized assessments at very low cost - they will take place May 11 and 12.
Jessica Gonzalez-Voller and four colleagues’ manuscript, "A Preliminary Longitudinal Study of Multicultural Competence in Counselor Education," was recently recognized as a top-cited article (2020-21) in the Journal of Counseling and Development.
Systems engineering master’s student Somayeh Aliebrahimi developed driving simulations with programmed cyberattacks to observe how people respond to these scenarios in autonomous driving mode.
CSU's range of expertise in finding solutions to the climate crisis was on full display during the senator's April 19 visit.
A Colorado State University study suggests that adding legumes to crop rotations can help rebuild healthy soils.
During the this week’s National Hurricane Conference, CSU's Phil Klotzbach proposed a better a way to predict the damages of a devastating hurricane — do away with the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. (Orlando Sentinel)
Francisco Ortega and his research team aim to make the navigation, manipulation and gesture-centric experience of augmented and virtual reality platforms as natural to users as the multi-touch displays on smartphones.
CBE Professor Brad Reisfeld was recently appointed to a review committee of the National Academies studying a carcinogen called trichloroethylene.