The Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition is excited to announce two new versions of FTEC 110 – Food from Farm to Table.
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“I will continue to make mistakes in my life, but I’ll always come out a better person for it,” said first-generation student Tabi Britt about overcoming challenges to graduate with her Bachelor of Social Work.
The Department of Occupational Therapy offers annual CBT-I training to address the various sleep challenges that are affecting many people today.
Colorado State University’s occupational therapy program continues to provide enriching cultural diversity and educational opportunities as students and faculty travel to Japan.
The focus of the Health and Behaviors Lab research projects is to improve the lives of young children by implementing community-based programs around eating, physical activity and environment.
Sometimes the holidays aren’t so holly and jolly – but with these eight tips, you can keep your joy and remain mindful through the season.
In the season of giving, one of the best gifts to give is authentic gratitude. Learn how gratitude can greatly impact the lives of others and your own life.
“We have such diverse ways of thinking and expressing ourselves that is often not included in the narrative, so having a place where our work shines is a beautiful thing.”
Matthew Hickey, our College’s interim associate dean for research and graduate education, returned to his alma mater, Western Carolina University, to receive the 2019 Academic Achievement Award.
The season of giving can sometimes turn into a season of stress. By working on emotional intelligence, you can spend the holidays the way they were meant to be spent – with joy!