After six years, An Le returned to CSU’s Department of Human Development and Family Studies through CSU Online and earned her bachelor’s degree, a double concentration, and a minor.
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Outstanding graduate Atalie Manning made the most of her CSU experience through teaching overseas, advocating for climate action in Washington D.C., and researching young children with developmental disabilities.
A Colorado State University Ram to the core, Karen Rattenborg retires from her positions as the CSU Early Childhood Center executive director and a Department of Human Development and Family Studies assistant professor.
Reagan Miller, Ph.D. student in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, was awarded the Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Individual Predoctoral Fellowship.
Manfred Diehl received a Gerontological Society of America award for co-authoring a book that dives into decades of his research on middle- to late-aged adults.
Stephani Hardon gives to Campus Connections to help youth exposed to adversities to envision a better life.
The on-campus mentoring program for youth who have experienced adversity, Campus Connections, is now accepting applications for Spring 2022.
CSU is partnering with Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado to create DadSpace, a program dedicated to new and expecting fathers.
CSU’s Prevention Research Center will provide opioid misuse training, prevention, and intervention programs in northwest Colorado.
A new study for young children with Down syndrome focuses on a parent-mediated intervention to promote the development of executive function.