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.
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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.
After a national search, the CSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition has tapped one of its own as the next leader. Associate Professor Chris Gentile has been named the new department head, taking over on July 1.
After last year’s move to a virtual poster show and presentations, this year’s third annual College of Health and Human Sciences Research Day was back in person – and the excitement was evident among both participants and visitors.
During her time at CSU, Kalena Giessler Gonzalez was involved in important concussion research as well as serving as a founding member and president of the CSU chapter of Diverse-OT.
Kathrynn Hamada’s journey to graduation shows that not all students reach this milestone on a direct path, but rather arrive via a winding road.
CSU College of Health and Human Sciences graduate students showcased their research recently at the 2021 Grad Show. Eight students brought home awards.
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.
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.