College of Health and Human Sciences News

Opinion: May 25 Should Be A Day of Mourning for George Floyd

By David W. McIvor, Associate Professor, Political Science - Dr. McIvor is the author of “Mourning in America: Race and the Politics of Loss.” This article was published in the New York Times and is part of a special section on George Floyd and America, a year after his death.

Ram Family

Young Alumni Q & A: Erica Jacoby

Erica Jacoby graduated with her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University in 2018. In her current position, Jacoby is employed by the Department of Defense as a pediatric occupational therapist working with children overseas.

Research and Creative Scholarship


Award-winning occupational therapy alumna gives back to CSU

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.

Health Tips

7 tips to cut down on food waste

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.

The advantages of virtual wellness

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.