This year, there are 25 International Presidential Fellows from 18 different countries, and four of them are working in the College of Health and Human Sciences. To learn more about this group of esteemed faculty and graduate students, read their bios below.
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Kate Quillin of Manitou Springs graduated from Colorado State University with her B.A. in social work and sociology in 2009. In the years since, she has traveled across the world as part of the Peace Corps to advocate for people facing discrimination and abuse. To learn more about Quillin and her current position, click here.
Matt Benti has always maintained his love of fitness. Now returned to Fort Collins, Benti has opened a gym that tests boundaries and encourages its members to achieve their goals. Learn more about Benti and his gym.
Staff members of the Aspen Grille have planned a special menu to honor Black History Month on Thursday, Feb. 15, and Friday, Feb. 16.
The Semester at Sea program offers students from the U.S. and around the globe the opportunity to explore at least 10 countries on four continents, all while taking classes aboard ship.
The Department of Design and Merchandising introduced a new concentration in product development in 2014, and now, the first class of students is graduating.
The College of Health and Human Sciences Alumni Awards recognize alumni of the College who have distinguished themselves and brought honor to Colorado State University through their career achievements, community service, and volunteer efforts.
Fall 2017 Food Science and Human Nutrition outstanding grad and first-generation student Allegra Vazquez grew up in Denver and came to CSU after hearing many great things about the campus and community.
Fall 2017 outstanding social work grad Larissa Stone joined the U.S. Army in 2002, and after six years and two combat tours, she started college in in 2007. Stone, who is from Noble, Oklahoma, was attending college in Oklahoma when she was involved in a severe car accident causing a traumatic brain injury.
CSU researchers are trying to find ways that cognitive and functional ability can be improved in aging adults through the use of engaging environments.