Graduates enjoyed a week of glorious weather to celebrate their accomplishments after a particularly challenging year.
Read statements of solidarity and find resources on the College’s Diversity webpage
For updates on CSU’s response, see the COVID-19 website
CSU recently became one of three campuses in the country that is home to a malt-testing lab
Collaborating to Transform Lives
Students from Occupational Therapy and Mechanical Engineering are transforming the backyard of a 5-year-old Fort Collins girl who has a rare genetic disorder
Helping the Homeless
Faculty and students in social work and veterinary medicine at CSU have started a program to help the homeless and their pets
An anonymous donor has given CHHS students a chance to receive emergency aid during the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 Surveillance Testing
A group of CSU employees recently participated in a study to test asymptomatic essential CSU staff
The commanding general for the U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training recently paid a visit to CSU to get a firsthand look at the university’s pioneering study involving the Army Combat Fitness Test.
CSU once again was recognized as one of the country’s most sustainable academic institutions by one of the leading sustainability organizations in higher education.
Colorado State University’s spending on research activities reached a record $407 million for fiscal year 2020, a 2% increase over last year.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Colorado State University has received more than $16 million in funding for COVID-19 research projects.
A team from Colorado State University that includes occupational therapy and mechanical engineering students is transforming the backyard of a 5-year-old Fort Collins girl who has a rare genetic disorder.
The Interdisciplinary Training, Education and Research in Food-Energy-Water Systems program is open to CSU Ph.D. students who have applied to or been accepted into their department’s program.
Construction Management shines spotlight on senior Melissa Browne
The 40th Annual Colorado State University Homecoming 5K was unlike any other 5K that came before it. The race was held in an entirely virtual format, allowing runners from all over the globe to participate and submit their times between September 20 and October 3.
The Early Childhood Center at Colorado State University will be participating in a collaborative exhibition that will open at the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver in September 2021.
Award winners were announced Nov. 18 by the Graduate School and the Office of the Vice President for Research following three days of professional development events, a keynote, and a virtual networking session.
CM industry partner, RK Mechanical, rose to meet the challenge of leading a full course elective for CM students.
Rebecca Toll, a research associate with the Colorado State University Prevention Research Center, has received the 2020 Northern Colorado’s 40 under Forty Award given by BizWest.
Lauren Shomaker, an associate professor in the CSU Department of Human Development and Family Studies, has received a $2.8 million National Institutes of Health – National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health U01 grant entitled “Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Depression and Insulin Resistance in Adolescents.”
Sarah Ardanuy Johnson is providing important experience working on research projects to two undergraduate students. Brayden Smith, a junior, and Lauren Grabos, a senior, are studying the health impacts that consumption of berries such as blueberries and aronia berries and microgreens have on human health.
Kristen Morris (she, her, hers), assistant professor in the Department of Design and Merchandising, has won an award from ITAA for Outstanding Marketable Design. The award celebrates her design focusing on adaptive apparel and inclusive design.
Research team is seeking research participants to enroll in a two-year study that aims to explore the work-related experiences of people with intellectual disabilities.
Are you male aged 45-70 and interested in volunteering for a study with the Functional Foods and Human Health Lab on CSU campus?
A group of Colorado State University employees recently participated in a study to test asymptomatic essential CSU staff who worked on campus for more than 20 hours a week during the Colorado “stay-at-home” and “safer-at-home” orders.
This year, the College of Health and Human Sciences awarded scholarships to 248 students across all academic units totaling more than $455,000. Read more about a few students who were recognized with scholarships for their academic perseverance, contributions to the community, and goals for their futures.
Get to know the recipient of the Jack Curfman Creative and Visual Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial stress for many individuals, including students. Fortunately, financial support from sympathetic donors and friends are providing some relief.
Alumnus gives back through scholarship for construction management students
The College of Health and Human Sciences stands ready to improve the health and well-being of people everywhere, thanks in part to the generosity of 9,934 donors who gave more than $82 million during the State Your Purpose Campaign for Colorado State University.
Matt Blake found the CSU Department of Construction Management through a non-traditional route, spending many years in the construction industry before returning to school.
Grab a date or a friend and get in the holiday spirit with some festive food fun courtesy of the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center. The virtual holiday brunch date day cooking class is Saturday, December 5.
When it's cold outside, bring the garden indoors with these tips and tricks for growing herbs in the comfort of your home!
Just in time for the holidays, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is serving up a warm and savory festive crepe dish packed with festive herbs.
Making friends as adults is stressful but don't worry here are some tips on how to create a healthy friendship.
This month the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center recognizes the Indigenous foods found in our country and celebrates the variety of foods to make.
In need of some easy comfort food for your November mornings? The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center has the perfect match for you this month.
Inflammation has been found to be a side effect of aging. Learn how exercising and movement helps against inflammation and other age-related chronic diseases.
Recent and relevant research has looked at the benefits of Tai Chi for aging individuals.