Colorado State University has become Colorado’s first member of the Age-Friendly University Global Network, an international group of colleges and universities that are committed to championing the needs of older adults in higher education.
Legacy of Inclusion
Health and Exercise Science student Kamal-Craig Golaube (B.S., ’21) has been a powerful agent for positive change
Science meets Fashion
In the Fashion FUNdamentals STEM enrichment program, 18 middle school students got the opportunity to enhance their interests, self-esteem, and abilities in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Occupational Therapy faculty member Aaron Eakman will conduct research in Japan this fall
Summer 2021 Youth Sport Camps
Youth Sport Camps, hosted by the Department of Health and Exercise Science, are back this summer
Students in the College of Health and Human Sciences excelled at the Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity showcase
Legacy of Excellence
After 18 years in CSU’s Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Mike Pagliassotti is retiring from CSU
Read about our spring 2021 outstanding graduates’ accomplishments during their time at CSU
Tribal colleges empower Native students with an affordable, culturally relevant education – but need more funding
For updates on CSU’s pandemic response, see the COVID-19 website
Ardent Mills collaborates with the department of food science and human nutrition on cereal science course
Building on its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado State University has received a $2 million commitment from The Anschutz Foundation to further the development of new solutions for building resilience and agility in stopping infectious disease transmission among animals and people.
She will join President Joyce McConnell's leadership team on Aug. 1.
Find out what the new food system concentration entails.
Charging forward. That’s what Rams do, and that’s the theme as Colorado State University prepares for a Fall 2021 semester that will feature in-person experiences and a more vibrant college life in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online course provide tools for occupational therapists to assist people who deal with chronic insomnia.
Colorado State University’s signature program that provides K-12 students in need in the Poudre School District with the tools for success kicks into high gear the first full week in August, and there are plenty of ways for CSU employees to be part of the effort.
Katie Townsend is a double alumna of Colorado State University, earning her undergraduate degree in sociology in 2006 and her degree in OT from the Department of Occupational Therapy in 2017.
Braun was one of a select few to participate in the Army ROTC Cadet Summer Training Leadership Symposium's Center of Influence, in which more than 200 universities compete for representatives.
MSW/MPH student Laura Landrum believes outdoor recreation has unique therapeutic benefits, and she wanted her master's program to suit her particular interests. Read more in our interview with Landrum about her experiences in the Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health Dual Degree program.
Ryan Pearce talks about the fermentation program and his summer internship.
Graduate student Liz Holland talks about her path and master's program research at CSU
Jaclyn Stephens and Arlene Schmid invite individuals to participate in yoga research study.
Activities that raise the heart rate might be better equipped to combat certain side effects of brain aging.
HDFS Professor is featured in The New York Times for research on older populations who showed improvements in white matter and memory after walking regularly for six months.
Five Colorado State University professors have been awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar grants for the 2021-2022 academic year, including Aaron Eakman in the Department of Occupational Therapy.
Enrollment is now open for participants interested in becoming more physically active as they age.
Students in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Colorado State University excelled at the Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity showcase receiving awards for their research and creative work.
Food Science and Human Nutrition Department Head Mike Pagliassotti is retiring after 18 years at CSU.
Two scholarships at CSU in memory of Eric Dimmick are helping students in need to reach their dream of earning a degree.
Mehmet Egemen Ozbek, professor in the Colorado State University Department of Construction Management, was named the Joseph Phelps Endowed Chair for a three-year appointment.
Teresa Boynton, Occupational Therapy alumna, donor, and Alumni Association member, has been a strong advocate for safety in patient care throughout her career. Boynton was recently recognized with a prestigious award for her development of an assessment tool for care providers to improve safety while assisting patients.
The Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences has launched a new scholarship fund to address financial barriers for graduate students who need to enroll in preliminary coursework in order to gain provisional admission into Master’s programs.
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.
This latest recipe from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is a fresh salad that is ready to be enjoyed at your next summer get together.
It’s not news that fruits and vegetables are a key part of a healthy diet. Meet polyphenols, another reason to pack your menu with plants. Check out the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center's monthly blog to learn more!
Combining the bitter taste of cacao and walnuts with the sweet taste of strawberries and honey-infused chevre creates a decadent and flavorful salad! Check out the KRNC's sweet salad recipe!
Despite the widely held misconception that children can outgrow distressing memories and experiences on their own, the pain of childhood trauma can linger for decades.
Advice from digitization and preservation experts at Colorado State University Libraries and the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising will keep your mementos pristine for years to come.
Food waste is uneaten food that gets tossed, incinerated, poured down the drain, or left in the field unharvested. Learn how you can lower your food waste in the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center's monthly blog.
Layering tortillas into a casserole-style bake instead of rolling them makes enchiladas a snap! This versatile recipe is a great way to use up spare veggies, it can be modified to your taste, and it offers lots of leftovers.
The pandemic has changed the way many people have engaged with others, their work atmospheres, and their health. Here are a few ways that the health and wellness profession has transitioned to a virtual world, to the benefit of people everywhere.