After becoming the first assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences, Michelle Foster is connecting with diverse students, faculty, and staff to ensure they are represented and heard.
For updates on CSU’s pandemic response, see the COVID-19 website
Youth Sport Camps
The 2021 YSC will have health measures to keep campers and counselors healthy
The Aspen Grille is offering to-go meals and indoor dining for the spring semester
Longtime donors will be honored for their commitment to the college with the CHHS Friend of the College Award
New tools to enrich lives
A new study by CSU researchers has shown that making changes to one’s daily routine helps with chronic mental health conditions
CSU researchers have developed the Civic Capacity Index to measure a community’s ability to respond to disasters such as COVID-19
President Joyce McConnell: “Planning is just something you’re doing for some future date that may never come. Transformation is really major change, change you can see and feel. That’s what I want us to commit to and what I think CSU is ready for.”
Colorado State University leaders hosted a virtual town hall on Friday, Feb. 12, to update the community and answer questions about issues related to COVID-19, from screenings and vaccinations to plans for the Fall semester.
Colorado State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences annual Research Day will feature keynote speaker Mary Wakefield, Ph.D., visiting professor at Georgetown University and the University of Texas at Austin, and former deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
We will continue to work closely with Larimer Public Health Department and be guided by their recommendations to respond to any changes in our pandemic environment on a daily/weekly basis.
The designation recognizes a culture of lifelong learning and age-inclusivity across programs and practices in institutions of higher education.
When Colorado State University transitioned to remote learning about a year ago, one of the many challenges that IT staff faced was how to give students access to the software they needed in campus computer labs.
The College of Health and Human Sciences at CSU will welcome guest speaker Antoine Bailliard, Ph.D., associate professor of occupational therapy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who will give the 2021 Virtual Mary Scott Lecture.
Get to know KRNC’s March student spotlight, Emily Nardone. She is a senior studying food science and human nutrition with a concentration in dietetics.
Read about how CSU alumni are transforming lives.
Soon after receiving his degree in Construction management, alumnus De'Ohndre (Dre) Jackson (B.S. '19) went on to work as a field engineer for PCL Construction. Get to know Jackson and his latest endeavors.
Three teams from CSU's Construction Management place in the ASC Regions 6 and 7 virtual competition.
To celebrate the founding of CSU, enjoy this special video, featuring students, faculty and a special guest appearance from Gov. Jared Polis.
Some research has shown that ultra-fit athletes such as marathon runners can have cardiac damage such as heart scarring or arrhythmia, raising the question of whether too much aerobic exercise can be a bad thing.
Enrollment is now open for participants interested in becoming more physically active as they age.
A new study by Colorado State University researchers has demonstrated that for people with chronic mental health conditions, sometimes simple changes to daily routines can significantly improve their quality of life.
Ever wonder whether foods listed on restaurant menus as “healthy,” “organic,” or “low-fat” are actually nutritionally better than other menu items?
Why do some communities have better outcomes for citizens when faced with disasters and challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic? CSU researchers have developed a way to measure and quantify a community’s democratic resources to respond called the Civic Capacity Index.
Many studies have been done on how to improve or maintain cognitive ability in aging adults, and now a Colorado State University researcher is exploring a novel way to accurately measure changes in cognition within that population.
Giving back is important for donors Bill and Jan Beitz and Gene and Carol Vaughan. Both couples support programs promoting health in CSU’s Department of Health and Exercise Science, and students and community members have benefited greatly from their dedication to funding outreach, research, and scholarships.
Stephanie Smith's legacy will live on in a memorial scholarship established by her parents.
AC Golden, a brewery in the Molson Coors Beverage Company’s craft beer division Tenth & Blake, has created a Brewing Change Scholarship Fund at Colorado State University to boost diversity in the brewing industry.
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.
The KRNC monthly blog talks about what is intuitive eating and what is not.
The KRNC recipe of the month features a homemade Mediterranean pizza.
The KRNC helps debunk 5 common myths for eating disorder awareness week.
Here are a few ways to think about how you may be contributing to the negative impacts of ageism in relation to health, and ways to reframe your thinking.
Learn about how to incorporate these nutrition strategies to your daily diet for a healthy heart.
Celebrate Cam the Ram's birthday by making chocolate cupcakes with the KRNC's recipe of the month!
Learn about the health benefits that dark chocolate can have on your heart!
Physical activity goals are often one the top New Year's resolutions made every year. But they are some of the hardest to maintain. Follows these tips for making them stick.