The world’s newest ‘little waterfall’ shape is designed to hold a lot of sauce and be easily stabbed with a fork.
Daily Archives: May 18, 2021
Read about our outstanding graduates from each department and how they have made their mark at CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences. Congratulations to our graduates!
Kaia Likins graduated from Colorado State University in 2018 as a nutrition and food science major. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine at Touro University Nevada in the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
Health and Exercise Science is lucky to have international students who are eager to learn and excel, and deserve recognition for their hard work in making the best of the circumstances in their new home away from home.
The Laboratory for Movement Neuroscience and Rehabilitation is offering CSU faculty, staff, and their family members (above 65 years of age) an opportunity to get assessments of your fall and driving crash risk using CDC-recommended and nationally recognized assessments at very low cost.
HES is excited to acknowledge the many awards and achievements that our students and faculty have earned in the Spring 2021 semester.