A new study led by a Colorado State University researcher indicates that riding with an impaired driver is prevalent among emerging adults, with 33 percent of recent high school grads reporting the risky behavior at least once in the previous year.
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Assistant Professor Rachel Lucas-Thompson has received a prestigious Mentored Research Scientist Career Development Award from the National Institutes of Health for her research on how mindfulness techniques can help teens in high-conflict homes.
The first large-scale traveling exhibition brought in by the Avenir, Virginia Commonwealth University’s “FABRICation” is a textile and fiber arts examination of “slow making” by hand, featuring seven artists.
An exhibition called “ORANGE: A short history of orange in fashion” opened at the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising on Jan. 16.
Shortly after Florence Luebke died in 1985, her nephew decided to donate her collection of handkerchiefs to Colorado State University.
A group of Colorado State University faculty recently launched an institute to provide much-needed support to new K-12 principals and administrators.
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is starting a new eight-week class Jan. 18 to help people manage their diabetes through nutrition, cooking and physical activity — the first of its kind in Northern Colorado.
For the second year in a row, a CSU team of construction management students has won first place in a national industry competition.
CSU’s Department of Health and Exercise Science unveiled an expansion of the Human Performance Clinical Research Lab.
Massage could increase the regrowth of muscle tissue after an injury — even when applied to the opposite, uninjured limb — according to researchers from Colorado State University and the University of Kentucky.