A Colorado State University Ram to the core, Karen Rattenborg retires from her positions as the CSU Early Childhood Center executive director and a Department of Human Development and Family Studies assistant professor.
Daily Archives: December 14, 2021
Eunwoo Sam Jun has come a long way to get to graduation. Jun graduates this fall with a degree in interior architecture and design and is a first-generation college student, an international student from South Korea, a veteran, and an undergraduate researcher.
CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences undergraduate commencement ceremony will be Friday, Dec. 17, at 5 p.m., in Moby Arena.
Vee Martinez is an unstoppable graduate from the Colorado State University Department of Design and Merchandising’s Apparel and Merchandising Program. As a first-generation student in the merchandising concentration, she’s proudly broken down barriers and faced every challenge along the way with grace and positivity.
A Colorado State University researcher, Tiffany Lipsey, is part of a 12-person team awarded a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to study firefighters who battle forest fires.
During her time at CSU, Kalena Giessler Gonzalez was involved in important concussion research as well as serving as a founding member and president of the CSU chapter of Diverse-OT.
Support networks at Colorado State University’s School of Social Work and in the Fort Collins community helped first-generation BSW graduate Valerie Villalobos succeed academically and make an impact locally. “I am a big believer in community connection.”