From its newest building down to its very name, Colorado State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences has seen substantial areas of growth and improvement under the tenure of outgoing Dean Jeff McCubbin.
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The show, “Walking in Beauty: Designs by Orlando Dugi,” opened in early July and runs through the fall semester
There was a recurring theme throughout the five-day Women in Construction Management Summer Institute: empowering young women to envision themselves doing anything they set their minds to — including working in the male-dominated construction industry.
Colorado State University’s Campus Connections youth mentoring program has been named a regional winner of the 2019 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
When the founding executive director of the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University looks back on how the organization was created 25 years ago, two things come to mind: a former dean and Zima.
A husband and wife who teach dance at Colorado State University teamed up with another faculty member and a university videographer to tell the story of having their first baby — all through their own choreography.
Eric Smith was among the first U.S. Marines on the ground during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Years later, he benefited from the New Start for Student Veterans as an undergraduate at Colorado State University.
The new Nancy Richardson Design Center hosted a grand celebration event May 8 to formally unveil the facility to the campus community.
Those who attend the Colorado Ballet Academy’s May 25 production of Giselle will see children’s costumes that were both designed and sewn by apparel and merchandising students at Colorado State University.
Gonzalez plans to earn a graduate certificate in military and veteran culture before applying to the University’s master of social work program, to help other veterans navigate the VA bureaucracy.