Dan Gusmer (B.S., ’20) blends the creativity and science in CSU’s Fermentation Science and Technology Program with his family’s business.
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Family members honor Pershing E. Sims’ life, legacy, and ability to break the cycle of poverty through scholarship recipients.
In 2012, Pat McKlem (’70) made a significant investment in the CSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition. With her gift, the Pat McKlem Medical Nutrition Therapy Laboratory was born, and she has continued to support the lab in the years since then.
Danielle’s family and friends wanted to carry on her legacy and celebrate the amazing person that she was by creating a memorial scholarship in her name. With that, the Danielle Soliz scholarship was launched in December of 2016.
Stephanie Smith’s legacy will live on in a memorial scholarship established by her parents.
Matt Blake found the CSU Department of Construction Management through a non-traditional route, spending many years in the construction industry before returning to school.
Carolyn Anders, a 2002 interior design alumna, has used her degree in interior design to build a successful career in interior design and personal financial services.
Amidst the uncertainty of today’s current state, fourth-year food science and human nutrition student Rebecca Rathburn provides shares how she has been impacted as a student and the resources that CSU students can access during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Roland Rainey Jr. graduated in 2003 with his degree in human development and family studies from Colorado State University, and it has certainly prepared him to navigate both military and civilian life.
In 2015, CSU’s Department of Occupational Therapy and the CSU Early Childhood Center began an interdisciplinary collaborative research and practice partnership.