Jen Aberle has a passion for student success. Aberle, an associate professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, will be applying that passion as a new leader in CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences.
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Katie Townsend is a double alumna of Colorado State University, earning her undergraduate degree in sociology in 2006 and her degree in OT from the Department of Occupational Therapy in 2017.
Five Colorado State University professors have been awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar grants for the 2021-2022 academic year, including Aaron Eakman in the Department of Occupational Therapy.
Erica Jacoby graduated with her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University in 2018. In her current position, Jacoby is employed by the Department of Defense as a pediatric occupational therapist working with children overseas.
Annual Knowledge Exchange provides great learning opportunities for the occupational therapy community.
Faculty and students in Design and Merchandising continued to engage in learning, teaching, and research that has been recognized for excellence by both university peers and external academic and industry organizations.
Two scholarships at CSU in memory of Eric Dimmick are helping students in need to reach their dream of earning a degree.
For family and consumer sciences outstanding grad Emma Atchison, coming to Colorado State University was a family affair.
Teresa Boynton, Occupational Therapy alumna, donor, and Alumni Association member, has been a strong advocate for safety in patient care throughout her career. Boynton was recently recognized with a prestigious award for her development of an assessment tool for care providers to improve safety while assisting patients.
Daniel Birmingham and his co-authors, Angela Calabrese Barton, from the University of Michigan, and Edna Tan, from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, are being recognized for their article sharing their insights with the education field about ways that teachers can more equitably engage students from lower income communities of color.