When Ann Sebald and Heidi Frederiksen noticed a trend among the English Education students that showed low retention rates, they recognized that retaining students is critical for combating a national teacher shortage. Learn more about their research.
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Laura Grimm is a researcher at Colorado State University in the Department of Occupational Therapy. Her team designed a 10-minute survey to hear from individuals who provide unpaid care to another person. Learn more about the survey.
Brett Fling, assistant professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science, has received funding to investigate how the brain connects to the body in individuals with MS.
Emily Blomme is a proud 2000 graduate of CSU’s Human Development and Family Studies program and has worked in the field for the last 17 years. Find out more about how HDFS prepared Blomme for a successful career.
Staff members of the Aspen Grille have planned a special menu to honor Native American Heritage Month on Wednesday, Nov. 8, and Thursday, Nov. 9.
The Aspen Grille is now open for the semester, offering students and staff tasty lunches in the heart of campus.
We are pleased to welcome eight new faculty members to the college this fall. Read more about them in these Q&A and feature stories.
ConX (pronounced Connects) is a grant-funded program designed to help students integrate and create community within the five new concentrations in the HDFS major. Learn more about the program.
In recognition of her outstanding work with CSU’s Family and Consumer Sciences program, Dawn Mallette has been awarded the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America National Distinguished Service Award.
Sarah Ash, a junior studying health and exercise science, was able to travel to Dublin, Ireland, for an internship this summer. Learn more about Ash and her internship.