After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Fashion FUNdamentals STEM enrichment camp safely made its return in 2021. This year, 18 middle school students got the opportunity to enhance their interests, self-esteem, and abilities in science, technology, engineering, and math.
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Read more about a KRNC student spotlight, Emily Nock! She is currently working on a research project in Dr. Charlene Van Buiten’s lab on the protective effects of berry polyphenols for those with Celiac Disease, which can improve symptoms when gluten is ingested.
Students in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Colorado State University excelled at the Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity showcase receiving awards for their research and creative work.
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!
Making a positive impact in peoples’ lives is what students in the School of Social Work at Colorado State University do best. This spring semester, four students completed their sophomore practicum at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County, where they were matched with a mentee and met weekly within pandemic guidelines.
Every year, Colorado State University recognizes the accomplishments of its faculty, staff, and students at the Celebrate! CSU Awards, as well as those marking service milestones.
Victoria Connor is a leader at heart. As an outstanding graduate from the family and consumer Sciences major in the School of Education at Colorado State University, she has spent her undergraduate career building her strengths as a leader, mentor, and educator.
Leo Andrade’s time at CSU has been dedicated to making a difference for the community. As an outstanding graduate from the Department of Design and Merchandising, he spent his time getting involved at CSU and working to kick-start his career in the fashion industry.
Taylor Babcock, outstanding graduate from the Department of Occupational Therapy at CSU, has worked through the pandemic to continue to make a positive impact on children with disabilities.
For Kathryn Quintero, coming to CSU gave her an opportunity to find success as a first-generation student. Her many leadership roles led her to be recognized as an outstanding graduate from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition’s Hospitality Management Program.