Consuming blueberries can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in postmenopausal women with high blood pressure, according to new research by Colorado State University faculty member Sarah Ardanuy Johnson.
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Andy Persch, a faculty member in the Dept. of Occupational Therapy, is part of a team that has built a website to help match people with disabilities to meaningful employment.
“There is always something new to learn, but you have to be willing to try new things, so attend many events. In this way, you can also meet new people and make friends. In the face of challenges, remind yourself of what inspires you.”
“You are enough. Right here, and right now, with all your imperfections, your anxiety, your kindness and your strength. You have always been enough.”
Like a fine Bière de Garde or a mature cheddar, the grand opening of Colorado State University’s Fermentation Science and Technology Program’s Gifford Building facilities has been aged long after the hard work was done.
Jessica Gonzalez-Voller and four colleagues’ manuscript, “A Preliminary Longitudinal Study of Multicultural Competence in Counselor Education,” was recently recognized as a top-cited article (2020-21) in the Journal of Counseling and Development.
CSU’s Design and Merchandising Fashion Show is springing back to life as an in-person celebration. The presentation of the 2022 senior capstone portfolios is entitled “All in Bloom,” complete with a groovy, ’70s inspired theme. The show is at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 6 in the stadium club room at Canvas Stadium.
The freshly crowned 2022 Mountain West coaches and media conference player of the year and Sports Illustrated All-American is always available for children – and others – who want a picture, a hello or an autograph.
A new studying method has improved Colorado State University students’ grades in Intro to General Microbiology by about a letter grade, according to CSU education Professor James Folkestad, the director of the Center for the Analytics of Learning and Teaching (C-ALT).
The North College MAX extension project partners are asking for more feedback regarding potential options for public transit along the North College Avenue corridor from downtown Fort Collins north toward Terry Lake Road.