Come join the fun at an upcoming archaeological dig site tour.
Loading LEGO bricks into a small cardboard box and writing out simple instructions for making mac and cheese were part of a groundbreaking camp at CSU that helped high school girls picture themselves in the construction management industry.
For the 28th year, National Hispanic Institute will bring students from across the nation for a week of leadership learning.
Emily Rice took a winding road to earning her teaching degree. “People had suggested to me that I should consider being a teacher,” she said. “I wanted to try to do something else with my degrees, but the idea of teaching was always in the back of my mind.”
Emily Rice took a winding road to earning her teaching degree. "People had suggested to me that I should consider being a teacher," she said. "I wanted to try to do something else with my degrees, but the idea of teaching was always in the back of my mind."
Sarah Prendergast, a CSU doctoral student researching factors that promote children’s readiness for school, was one of only 15 people in the nation to receive a prestigious Doris Duke Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being this spring.
Alumna Bailey Johnson has landed an orthopedic surgery residency at the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
This fall, the psychology department is launching a new Master’s in Addiction Counseling program, aimed at filling a need for trained addiction counselors in Colorado and around the nation.
In a stadium full of fellow graduate students wearing mortarboard caps and gowns signifying academic excellence, two doctoral students in the School of Social Work, Annie Keeney and Shannon Harrison, celebrated graduation endings and new beginnings on May 12 in Moby Arena.
Graduates of the Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences have overcome many challenges to get the graduation. Read more about our outstanding graduates and their achievements.