Scholarship donors met student recipients November 10 to hear about their plans, hopes, and dreams for the future. Students expressed their gratitude for the scholarship gifts provided by donors.
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A community of Colorado health researchers and their institutional partners are helping to build research teams of the future, speed the development of new treatments, and improve human health.
After a national search, Chris Gentile took the reins of the Colorado State University Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition in July.
Brian Dunbar’s leadership was recognized with a prestigious 2022 Leadership Award from the U.S. Green Building Council, the non-profit organization that provides LEED certification and guidance for healthy, sustainable buildings worldwide.
Check out Shelby Archuleta’s story to hear about her inspiring perseverance through intense hardship to finally become a CHHS Outstanding Grad.
Jared Tarzian never thought he would attend Colorado State University, but it was the apparel and merchandising major and product development concentration in the Department of Design and Merchandising that eventually won him over.
Allegra Vazquez has the distinction of being a two-time outstanding graduate of the CSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
Each year, the CSU College of Health and Human Sciences recognizes a graduating senior for their outstanding academic achievement and leadership. This year, Department of Design and Merchandising student Sara Bovaird has been selected to receive the Outstanding Senior award.
Through her unwavering positivity, infectious sense of humor, support of Colorado State University students, and dedication to the fight against Multiple Sclerosis, Kelly Walker (B.S. ’88, M.S. ’91, ’02) impacts the lives of all who meet her.
Nancy Hartley has routinely brought honor to the college through her stalwart efforts to elevate the students and faculty she served to further academic heights.