Throughout her time at CSU, first-generation student Tatianna Medina immersed herself in multiple leadership roles, ultimately helping her as an aspiring educator.
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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.
When it’s cold outside, bring the garden indoors with these tips and tricks for growing herbs in the comfort of your home!
Grab a date or a friend and get in the holiday spirit with some festive food fun courtesy of the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center. The virtual holiday brunch date day cooking class is Saturday, December 5.
Cheryl Presley was an influential voice for diversity and equity at Colorado State University, helping to launch some of CSU’s first programs for retention and support of first-generation students. Read more about her legacy and achievements at CSU.
During her time as dean of the College of Applied Human Sciences, April Mason brought an air of excellence to the College while enduring difficult circumstances in the nation. For her dedication to faculty, students, and staff, Mason is a 2020 Legacies Project honoree.
In collaboration with the Associated Students of Colorado State University and Campus Recreation, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center produced affordable and simple cooking videos to support CSU students staying at home.
The pandemic may have thrown a wrench in your eating routine, but be encouraged! Use this as an opportunity to try out some fun and healthy food challenges!