For family and consumer sciences outstanding grad Emma Atchison, coming to Colorado State University was a family affair.
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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.
After becoming the first assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences, Michelle Foster is connecting with diverse students, faculty, and staff to ensure they are represented and heard.
Why do some communities have better outcomes for citizens when faced with disasters and challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic? CSU researchers have developed a way to measure and quantify a community’s democratic resources to respond called the Civic Capacity Index.
Giving back is important for donors Bill and Jan Beitz and Gene and Carol Vaughan. Both couples support programs promoting health in CSU’s Department of Health and Exercise Science, and students and community members have benefited greatly from their dedication to funding outreach, research, and scholarships.
Students in the Interior Architecture and Design program in the Department of Design and Merchandising presented their senior capstone projects through a virtual platform.
Veteran Josh Tenborg says he wasn’t a successful student when he attended college the first time. After a seven-year hiatus, he returned to earn his degree in health and exercise science graduating with academic honors.
Hope Cornelis (M.S. ’17) serves as the program coordinator for the Sexual Assault Resource Team Peers at Poudre School District in Fort Collins. She is originally from Illinois, and came to Colorado State University in 2015 to pursue a master’s degree in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies.
Matt Hickey, a professor in the Department of Heath and Exercise Science and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, has been named to be the new associate dean for research and graduate programs in the College of Health and Human Sciences.