On Wednesday, March 10 at 6 p.m., University of Manitoba dean and professor of Social Work Dr. Michael Yellow Bird will be the featured speaker of the biennial Brad Sheafor Lecture Series in Social Work. In the online presentation, Yellow Bird will explore mindfulness as a global tool of decolonization in “Neurodecolonization and the Medicine Wheel: An Indigenous Approach to Healing the Traumas of Colonialism.”
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Fashion is not known for its inclusivity. In fact, quite the opposite. But fashion scholars have been studying and publishing great work that takes a critical examination of fashion as a cultural phenomenon and an industry.
Hannah Saunders Wurster (M.S., ’16; Ph.D. ’18) co-founded The Willow Collective, a network of private practitioners who support maternal, infant, and early childhood mental health services in Northern Colorado.
Charlie Hoxmeier (’09, ’14), owner of the Gilded Goat Brewing Company, is a part of CSU’s Fermentation Science and Technology Program as an industry instructor.
At HABIC, keeping our community members and volunteers safe has always been a priority. We require cleaning your therapy animal before every visit. This helps prevent the spread of Covid-19 and zoonotic diseases. Learn more about dry bath techniques to retain natural oils in your animal’s coat.
CSU Occupational Therapy joins others from across the globe in presenting at state conference.
“It has been really affirming. We hold a variety of identities, and it’s been great to really reflect on our experiences and the similarities and differences in that space as well.”
Hotel Management’s Young Professionals named three of CSU’s hospitality management alumni as rising stars in the field.