In this opinion piece, Nathaniel Riggs, executive director of the CSU Prevention Research Center, explains why the goal is to prevent opioid disorders before they happen and how Colorado should devote a share of its lawsuit settlements on data-supported prevention methods.
Gratitude and Celebration
Scholarship recognition event – recognizing students, thanking donors
CSU’s partnerships with local school districts reach into classrooms, athletics and beyond
CSU’s ‘Spark of Genius’ team toast their creation that’s part of Lazy Dog’s college brews beer club collection
Architectural Virtual Library transports users into historic buildings to bolster education
Easing Student Transfers
Front Range Community College, CSU agreement supports hospitality management students
Supporting Mental Health
HABIC researches short-term effects of a dog training intervention for military veterans with PTSD
Ph.D. student researches peace education in the global south to help de-escalate violence
The 31-member Search Advisory Committee was made up of people who represented a variety of campus and community stakeholder groups including tenured and non-tenure-track faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, the agricultural community, community and business leaders, as well as members of the CSU System Board of Governors.
Amy Parsons – CEO of a global e-commerce company based in Denver, longtime Colorado State University leader, and former executive vice chancellor for the CSU System – has been named as the finalist in the search for the 16th president of Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
A project to construct school buildings for orphans in a Uganda village – started by a Colorado State University custodian and student more than seven years ago – has not only survived the pandemic but expanded, and fundraising continues for additional improvements.
Engineering Professors Ketul Popat and Pinar Omur-Ozbek are teaching courses on biomedical and water challenges, respectively, to help students learn more about the world around them.
Scholarship donors met student recipients November 10 to hear about their plans, hopes, and dreams for the future. Students expressed their gratitude for the scholarship gifts provided by donors.
On Sept. 28, the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising hosted an afternoon with the Le Cercle Français, the French Club at Colorado State University.
A fashionably fancy throng gathered at Colorado State University’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising on Friday evening, Nov. 18, to celebrate student apparel design creativity inspired by the mid-20th-century American designer Richard Blackwell (1922-2008).
This full-length beige silk undergown with black lace overlay is just one of almost 25,000 opportunities for learning that the Avenir Museum holds in its collection.
CSU alumnus blazing a trail for adapted devices with a new invention, the MagnaCuff.
Colorado State University alumni and community members gathered Saturday, October 15 on the historic CSU Oval to participate in a long-standing tradition of Homecoming and Family Weekend: the Homecoming 5K race.
Alumnus Seth Yoder found anew career in an unexpected field.
Juniors and seniors in the Interior Architecture and Design Program travel to Denver for a large mock-interview event continuing CSU's strong connection to the industry. For some students, the connections made at this event led to full-time positions after graduation.
The Dandelions Rising Project, a recently funded two-year grant in the amount of $143,600 from the Colorado Health Foundation, will focus on expanding healing and liberation efforts through a curriculum for BIPOC youth across the gender spectrum.
The International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Conference returned to an in-person experience in Denver, with Colorado State University as the host institution. Amid the face-to-face excitement, two recent CSU alumni, Elise Hadjis and Katie Miller, won awards for their creative design research in apparel and merchandising.
HABIC Animal Trainer and Volunteer Coordinator Kate Miller and Postdoctoral Researcher Kerri Rodriguez collaborated on a study about the short-term effects of a dog training intervention for military veterans with PTSD.
A community of Colorado health researchers and their institutional partners are helping to build research teams of the future, speed the development of new treatments, and improve human health.
CSU researchers from social work and veterinary medicine are launching a study to understand breast cancer survivors' relationship with their pets. They are seeking more participants to fill out an online survey.
Runeela Taskeen, a Ph.D. student in CSU’s School of Education in the Education, Equity, and Transformation program, researches peace education and violence prevention, and recently presented at an international conference.
Melissa Pappas has shaped social welfare policy and workforce development. For her stalwart commitment to CSU, she has earned an Alumni Association Distinguished Award.
Linda L. Carlson (M.S., ’88), curator emerita of the Avenir Museum and retired instructor in the Department of Design and Merchandising, was chosen as the 2022 recipient of the Spirit of Philanthropy Award.
Like a fine Bière de Garde or a mature cheddar, the grand opening of Colorado State University’s Fermentation Science and Technology Program’s Gifford Building facilities has been aged long after the hard work was done.
This summer alumna Emily Fawaz will oversee OT students at the Early Childhood Center, supported by the same alumni-created fieldwork scholarship she received.
Gordon Marks (B.S. ’66) leveraged his CSU education to lead Swinerton Builders and shape the construction industry through collaboration and philanthropy.
Through her unwavering positivity, infectious sense of humor, support of Colorado State University students, and dedication to the fight against Multiple Sclerosis, Kelly Walker (B.S. ’88, M.S. ’91, ’02) impacts the lives of all who meet her.
Are you ready for dessert? This month, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center serves up a decadent apple and brie galette full of festive flavors!
If new to using the kettlebell, there is some important initial training for safety, but it can be a great addition to your program and a way to add some variety to your routine.
This month, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is serving up an Omega-3 rich dish with this walnut-stuffed acorn squash recipe!
This month, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center serves up a delicious and nutritious dessert just in time for fall: baked apples!
On Friday, November 11th, grab a friend, loved one, or colleague and create some fresh fall favorites with the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center. Register for the KRNC fall date night cooking class today.
This month, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center serves a simple yet delightful Caprese salad with pesto-tossed barley as the base!
The lack of research on intermittent fasting raises questions regarding its effectiveness and lasting impact.
At most any doctor visit they take a few vital sign measures, and along with yearly checks might look for bigger items like cholesterol and blood glucose levels.