The CSU College of Health and Human Sciences is proud to feature these exceptional graduates for Fall 2019. Read more about them in their stories!
Daily Archives: December 19, 2019
“I will continue to make mistakes in my life, but I’ll always come out a better person for it,” said first-generation student Tabi Britt about overcoming challenges to graduate with her Bachelor of Social Work.
School of Social Work graduate student Yolanda Arredondo received her MSW degree in Fall 2019. Learn more about why she came to CSU, producing original research as a graduate student, and her new connections with fellow social workers.
Angela Bautista is a first-generation student graduating with a Master of Arts in the Counseling and Career Development Program from the CSU School of Education.
Outstanding health and exercise student Alden Erickson’s love of learning and service to people stands out in his many activities and jobs during his time at Colorado State University.
After moving to Fort Collins, Megan Wadley found her passion, decided to change careers, and set out to earn her master’s degree in occupational therapy.