School of Education alumna Jessica Teal (B.S. Family and Consumer Sciences, ’16) always knew that she wanted to be a teacher. Now, as she enters her fifth year at Windsor High School, she is a well-versed educator who is dedicated to paying what she has learned forward.
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Construction management alumni Alex Hendricks (B.S., ’13) went from Ram Grad to a small business owner after learning the ins-and-outs of construction, contracting, and business management at CSU. Hendricks looks back at his time at CSU as the best educational experience of his life.
Class of 2013 Department of Design and Merchandising alumna never took her time at CSU for granted and is utilizing the skills she learned to remain adaptable and succeed in the interior design industry.
Human Development and Family Studies alumna Meredith Taylor reflects on her time at CSU and how her dedication to service propelled her to pursue a career in corporate social responsibility in her home state of Tennessee.
With people confined to their homes, there is more interest in home-baked bread than ever before. And that means a lot of people are making friends with yeast for the first time.
We love to bad-mouth processed foods – usually while our mouths are full of it. It’s also played an important role in kitchen science, wars and women’s liberation.
Alumni Association member Laurine Smith (B.S., ’80; M.S.W., ’98) is, at the core of her being, a caretaker and a stalwart Ram.
Deb Spotts’ impressive career at Colorado State University will impact those who she has served for years to come.
Launched in Fall 2019, the School of Social Work’s Elevate program offers community building and support for at-risk students, by providing peer mentoring designed to help students navigate social, cultural, academic, and professional aspects of higher education.
“The goal of these brief interventions would be to provide coping strategies that may help them decrease the stress, depression, and anxiety that is associated with cancer. There are not a lot of interventions culturally tailored for counseling for this population or their family caregivers.”