Sarah Ardanuy Johnson is providing important experience working on research projects to two undergraduate students. Brayden Smith, a junior, and Lauren Grabos, a senior, are studying the health impacts that consumption of berries such as blueberries and aronia berries and microgreens have on human health.
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This year, the College of Health and Human Sciences awarded scholarships to 248 students across all academic units totaling more than $455,000. Read more about a few students who were recognized with scholarships for their academic perseverance, contributions to the community, and goals for their futures.
The Interior Architecture and Design Program in the Department of Design and Merchandising at Colorado State University has unveiled a student-run professional Design Library for students similar to those in interior design firms.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial stress for many individuals, including students. Fortunately, financial support from sympathetic donors and friends are providing some relief.
The College of Health and Human Sciences at Colorado State University is happy to welcome new faculty members to our college. Read more about them in their Q and As:
Paul Goodrum is the new head of the Department of Construction Management. Read more about Goodrum and his experience in his Q and A.
Kim Schoessow is an assistant professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at Colorado State University. Learn about why she came to CSU and her teaching philosophy on engaging students and active participation in class.
Julie Braungart-Rieker is the new head of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Read more about her and her experience in her Q and A.
The Department of Human Development and Family studies is now offering students who serve as mentors in the program the possibility to earn a certificate in youth mentoring. The certificate is an opportunity for students to make a change in the lives of adolescents while gaining valuable professional skills.
Nicole Dufalla is an instructor in the Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University. Learn about why she came to CSU and her teaching philosophy on helping students figure out how to solve problems in a non-judgmental environment.