For people experiencing homelessness, having a pet can provide valuable companionship, mental health benefits, security and opportunities for responsibility and self-redemption.
Author Archives: Jeff Dodge
A team from Colorado State University that includes occupational therapy and mechanical engineering students is transforming the backyard of a 5-year-old Fort Collins girl who has a rare genetic disorder.
Barley is one of the basic ingredients in beer, but before brewing can begin, the barley must be malted – a process that starts by triggering the growth of barley seeds.
The Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising has launched a virtual exhibit about the history of its teaching collection — a website that lets users share not only their memories, but also their ideas for the future of the museum.
Researchers at Colorado State University have found that teens who practice mindfulness techniques show fewer signs of stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic than those who do not.
A recent survey conducted by Colorado researchers sheds light on how severely COVID-19 is affecting the region’s most economically vulnerable families — and the most effective ways for them to cope with it.
Hack the Gates, a yearlong effort to reimagine college admissions co-sponsored by a Colorado State University center, culminates Aug. 4 with a final webinar and the release of eight briefs written by scholars across the country.
A new study out of Colorado State University has found that physical stress in one’s job may be associated with faster brain aging and poorer memory.
New results from a Colorado study indicate that inhaling cannabis concentrates, or “dabbing,” doesn’t affect a person’s balance or sense of being “high” any more than smoking the flower form of the drug, despite causing high levels of THC in the blood.
Jennifer Wood double-majored in sociology and social work and will graduate this month. But the journey wasn’t easy.