Kimberly Rousseau-Simmons has had a varied career path that has ultimately led her into occupational therapy at CSU.
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Are all sugars created equally? How much is too much? The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center has the answers and is here to help you break down sugar and its impact on your health.
Current interior architecture and design student Chelsey Beardsley, and alumna Alex Kirby, recently received recognition as Rising Star designers by the Colorado chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers.
During her summer internship, MSW student Devin Duncan gained hands-on experience in the field of restorative justice, where she practiced advocacy and equity.
Jordan Acosta spent her summer interning in Professor Brett Fling’s lab in the Human Performance Clinical Research Laboratory on campus. Learn about her experience in this Q&A.
As the summer months reach their highest temperatures, staying hydrated is a must! Take these tips from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center to beat the heat with hydration.
This summer, apparel and merchandising student Vee Martinez got the opportunity to sharpen her leadership skills through an internship with Target where she served as an executive team leader. Learn about her experience in this Q&A.
Throughout her time at CSU, first-generation student Tatianna Medina immersed herself in multiple leadership roles, ultimately helping her as an aspiring educator.
Soon after receiving his degree in Construction management, alumnus De’Ohndre (Dre) Jackson (B.S. ’19) went on to work as a field engineer for PCL Construction. Get to know Jackson and his latest endeavors.
Isabella “Bee” Pettner exemplifies the outstanding graduate moniker, as she overcame obstacles and graduated with her degree in apparel and merchandising nearly three years ahead of schedule.