Soo Kang, associate professor of hospitality management at Colorado State University, wrote "A look at Pyeongchang's heartwarming cuisine" for The Conversation.
Avenir’s new exhibitions include one that’s nothing to sneeze at.
Studying social and behavioral improvements in kids with autism.
First-gen student research
Counseling student receives research scholarship excellence award.
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education has named CSU's Albert Bimper one of 15 Emerging Scholars across the country.
Shortly after Florence Luebke died in 1985, her nephew decided to donate her collection of handkerchiefs to Colorado State University.
On Jan. 15, Fort Collins residents joined Colorado State University faculty, staff and students to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the annual community march.
What began as fascination with a digital camera has grown into an exhibit of photography by young children who attend the Colorado State University Early Childhood Center.
The Department of Design and Merchandising introduced a new concentration in product development in 2014, and now, the first class of students is graduating.
Cassie Poncelow, a school counselor at Poudre High School in Fort Collins, and fellow finalists for the national award were honored at a black-tie gala in Washington, D.C., in early February.
Sailing out of retirement, Nancy Hartley is ready to get back into the realm of higher education; only this time, she’s also traveling the world.
This year’s Friend of the College award recipients are Ria Vigil, director of diversity education and training at CSU, and Marcella Wells, a semi-retired volunteer and guest curator at CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising.
Staff members of the Aspen Grille have planned a special menu to honor Black History Month on Thursday, Feb. 15, and Friday, Feb. 16.
Heather looks forward to a career as a Registered Dietitian.
Six students and occupational therapy department head traveled to Japan to participate in a cultural exchange.
Assistant Professor Rachel Lucas-Thompson has received a prestigious Mentored Research Scientist Career Development Award from the National Institutes of Health for her research on how mindfulness techniques can help teens in high-conflict homes.
A 14-year-old boy with autism is led slowly around an arena by horseback, while an occupational therapist gently gives him simple tasks like lifting his arms or dropping a ring around an orange cone.
Study participants are needed for flaxseed and estrogen study in Food Science and Human Nutrition.
CSU Department of Design and Merchandising faculty were recognized for their outstanding research and creative scholarship at the 2017 Annual International Textiles and Apparel Association Conference.
Valentine’s Day is often seen as a time of giving to others, and showing those that we love that we care. However, it is also important for us to remember that we need to give and show care to ourselves as well. This is especially true for grandparents.
Try adding old fashioned oats in place of some of the flour for a more nutritious flapjack.
Instead of focusing on cutting foods out of your diet, emphasize these nourishing foods in your meals. Small changes overtime will add up to big benefits for your health.
Don't let your money or food go to waste by freezing your fruits and vegetables to preserve them.
Donate just $55 to a featured fund and get a unique pair of CSU socks.
On December 9, students and scholarship donors gathered for the annual College of Health and Human Sciences Scholarship Brunch at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins.
A gift of more than $1.5 million from the Avenir Foundation will support the Human-Animal Bond in Colorado program in the School of Social Work.
CSU's Department of Health and Exercise Science unveiled an expansion of the Human Performance Clinical Research Lab.
Tickets are available now for the 2018 Design and Merchandising Fashion Show 'Spectrum,' Friday, April 6, 7:30 p.m. at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center.
Join us Thursday, March 22 for a lecture on the traveling exhibition FABRICation given by Susan Iverson, weaver and professor emerita from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mick Smyer, Ph.D., former provost and current professor of psychology at Bucknell University is coming to CSU and Denver to lead workshops on climate action for academics and community members.
Join us at CSU's Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 6 - 8 p.m., for an evening of connection, education, and wellbeing!