Shelby Cox became the director of the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, a mom, and Ph.D. candidate all in one year.
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Expanding spaces, emerging research areas, therapeutic adaptations, and a developing program provide opportunities for CSU OT to contribute to this growing field.
CSU faculty members, including Brian Tracy in Health and Exercise Science, navigate teaching and lab experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Article appears in College Avenue Magazine, a part of CSU’s Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, HABIC has worked to stay connected to students in local schools through a variety of new approaches, from messages of support, to presentations, to virtual visits. In March, HABIC teams resumed in-person visits with new safety protocols.
Maddy Gardner is an occupational therapist doing mobile outpatient therapy with adults. She works with clients in their home or out in the community addressing home safety, fall prevention, health maintenance, and rehabilitation from injury or illness.
Are you male aged 45-70 and interested in volunteering for a study with the Functional Foods and Human Health Lab on CSU campus?
Whether baked as chips into a cookie, melted into a sweet warm drink or molded into the shape of a smiling bunny, chocolate is one of the world’s most universally consumed foods.
Gabriel Armstrong, a CSU alumnus, is the owner of The Crooked Cup and teaches in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
Last March, a campus normally humming with students shoulder-to-shoulder in labs, studios, classrooms and dining halls, went into sleep mode when nearly all campus operations moved to virtual settings where possible.
The Chubby Cat Bakery sells baked-to-order loaves of bread each week. There’s plenty of science behind the business born in quarantine.