Susan Mingils is a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Occupation and Rehabilitation Science program in Colorado State University’s Department of Occupational Therapy, and the recipient of the Dean’s Fellowship from the College of Health and Human Sciences.
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Patricia Grady, a fourth-year candidate in the Occupation and Rehabilitation Science Ph.D. Program, is one of two students to receive the 2021-22 Dean’s Fellowship from the College of Health and Human Sciences.
Located on the first floor of the Lory Student Center, the production and teaching brewery located in the Ramskeller Pub provides the opportunity for Fermentation Science and Technology Program students to brew up innovative beer flavors.
The Colorado State University Diversity Symposium is a five-day-long conference with the purpose to come together as a community to explore and learn around topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. Over the entire fourth day of the conference, the School of Education is conducting its 6th annual “Education Strand” for educators.
Colorado State University is home to the only Family and Consumer Sciences program in the state, which has evolved and expanded greatly from the Home Economics discipline which was started at CSU in 1895 as the program in Domestic Economy for women.
The Aspen Grille, a student-run restaurant located in the Lory Student Center, reopened for both dine-in and takeout on September 14.
CSU Department of Occupational Therapy alumna Natalie Rolle, an occupational therapist in OT’s Center for Community Partnerships, received the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy Impact Award for her dedication to improving sleep health.
Professor Shakouri is continuing his research into the environmental impact of concrete at the Department of Construction Management as an assistant professor. Learn more about him in the Q&A below.
The CSU College of Health and Human Sciences is proud to feature our new faculty. Read more about them in their Q & As!
Kody Roper was a student of the School of Education at CSU, where he fostered his passion for therapy and counseling. Read more about his holistic teaching approach and impressive mental health research below.