As Joyce McConnell spoke Thursday, Nov. 14, during her investiture ceremony and saw her 93-year-old mother, Bessie, and 90-year-old father, Harvey, sitting in the audience, she couldn’t help but think about her journey to become CSU’s 15th president.
Delivering for Uganda
Health and Exercise Science alumna helps raise funds for schools.
Native American Designer
Navajo designer Orlando Dugi visited CSU in conjunction with Avenir exhibit of his work.
Early Career Award
Jill Zarestky in the School of Education was honored for outstanding research and service.
Three alumni were honored with College awards for their achievements.
Interior architecture and design students reimagine spaces for CSU’s Early Childhood Center
OT student puts power wheelchairs to the test for Craig Hospital staff.
CSU is attracting the attention and support from the U.S. Army and U.S. Department of Defense with its pioneering fitness study.
Teams of Colorado State University students in a new “Design Thinking” course spent the first six weeks of the semester working on a real-world case study: developing plans for a new Target store.
After national search is completed, Miranda will return to the mathematics faculty in College of Natural Sciences.
Down syndrome is the most common type of neurogenetic syndrome associated with developmental disability.
The first thing you notice about Colorado State University custodian Robert Serunjogi is that he’s very outgoing and friendly.
Four students at Colorado State University have completed training to join the global University Innovation Fellows program.
CSU student-veteran Julius Philpot looks to connect with high school kids while sharing his love of basketball and education.
Hospitality Management students land at Gaylord Resorts in Denver.
Presentations by nearly 300 graduate students at the 2019 GradShow included live performances, visual arts, and research posters.
Orlando Dugi, the Native American fashion designer whose high-end evening wear is on exhibit at CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising this fall, visited campus Nov. 6-13 to give public talks, visit with classes, and see his premier solo exhibition in person for the first time.
One of the biggest hurdles that any soon-to-be graduate faces is learning how to market their newfound skills into a career. The Health and Exercise Science department is looking to change that.
Jill Zarestky is the 2019 recipient of the CPAE award for her work and research in adult education.
New research shows that mothers and fathers use slightly different tactics when engaging in these destructive behaviors.
Chris Melby has worked to establish an ongoing, fruitful research collaboration with colleagues in the School of Public Health at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
CSU’s assistant professor, Jaclyn Stephens, shares in her TEDx Talk about return to play readiness for athletes who have experienced a concussion.
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies is seeking research participants for various studies relating to the development of individuals and families across the lifespan.
The season of giving can sometimes turn into a season of stress. By working on emotional intelligence, you can spend the holidays the way they were meant to be spent - with joy!
Food can help you manage stress! And no, not just comfort food. Follow these tips and eat these stress-busting foods for a healthier, less stressful month!
Getting sleep is paramount for improving overall well-being, but it's often easier said than done. With these tips, learn how to improve your sleep pattern and your health.
The white beans add protein and the dark chocolate and cranberries provide an excellent source of antioxidants - try out these delicious chocolate chip cookies with a healthy twist!
Kayla Prieto, a human development and family studies undergrad, has been awarded a WomenGive scholarship to help her continue her dream of working with diverse young children.
Two programs in the CSU College of Health and Human Sciences are serving students and the community in beautiful new spaces thanks to gifts from the Freeberg family.
Human Development and Family Studies master's program alumna Gwen Hatchette ('94) sought to honor her mentor David MacPhee, who contributed greatly to her success in the program, with a gift to his legacy.
CSU's fundraising continues to soar Beyond a Billion with fourth-largest fiscal year total in history.
CSU's College of Health and Human Sciences commencement ceremony will be Friday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m., in Moby Arena.
Eva Schloss will recount her firsthand experiences in Nazi concentration camps during World War II on Nov. 18.
Join the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center for a holiday inspired menu.
Richard Spoth, Ph.D. will present “Harnessing the Translation Science Power of Extension: Fostering Development of 'Science with Practice' Frontiers in Behavioral Health” at 1 p.m. on November 15, in room A101 of the Behavioral Sciences Building.