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'Doing good' with research and data analysis: Q&A with Sunil Butler

Sunil Butler is a researcher and data analyst in the Social Work Research Center. He holds a B.A. in mathematics with a minor in English literature from Colorado College, and a M.S. in statistics from Colorado State University. Learn more about his current work in applied research for child and youth well-being, and child maltreatment prevention.

Research and Creative Scholarship

'Doing good' with research and data analysis: Q&A with Sunil Butler

Sunil Butler is a researcher and data analyst in the Social Work Research Center. He holds a B.A. in mathematics with a minor in English literature from Colorado College, and a M.S. in statistics from Colorado State University. Learn more about his current work in applied research for child and youth well-being, and child maltreatment prevention.

Giving

Prue Kaley’s memory lives on in her gift to CSU

Prudence “Prue” Kaley was always passionate about caring for others. As a part of her estate, she left a gift to Human Development and Family Studies to create an endowment for the Prue Kaley Scholarship so that it will live on in perpetuity.

Health Tips

Got milk alternatives?

Are you lactose intolerant or not a dairy fan? Don't worry, here is some information to help you choose milk alternatives to use instead.

Exercise in the time of COVID-19

Physical activity is an important health habit that many can take part in and joy from. If you feel like you're struggling to get into the groove of your new routine, here are a few thoughts and tips as to why exercise is still important, and how to take part when you can.