The Colorado State University Department of Occupational Therapy has some new spaces – all benefiting students.
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Despite cold and rainy weather, student volunteers from Colorado State University’s Department of Construction Management teamed with Haselden Construction and Extreme Community Makeover (ECM) to give some much-needed care to Denver’s Swansea neighborhood last month.
Soo Kang, associate professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, is sailing with Semester at Sea.
Michelle Foster, an associate professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, recently received a grant from the Lipedema Foundation to investigate this poorly understood disease.
Colorado State University’s nationally ranked Department of Occupational Therapy has reached a milestone this summer with its first Ph.D. graduate to come out of the program.
Experiencing stress is one thing, but understanding what stress is, and how we respond to it, is a bit harder to fathom. Gloria Luong aims to learn more about stress and how our responses to it changes as we age.
Frank Dinenno’s research is on how small blood vessels work to control blood flow and oxygen delivery to skeletal muscles won him an award from the American Physiological Society.
On May 23, Louise Wendt White, along with several other honorees, was recognized through the Legacies Project.
“Ben was a real social worker,” Georgia Granger said remembering her husband. “He loved the students; he wanted to teach them all he could. He wanted them to look at the people, see what they are really like and help them with whatever needs they had.”