As a recent Ph.D. graduate, Brett Berg plans to collaborate with other researchers both nationally and internationally.
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The College of Health and Human Sciences stands ready to improve the health and well-being of people everywhere, thanks in part to the generosity of 9,934 donors who gave more than $82 million during the State Your Purpose Campaign for Colorado State University.
Shea McCowen and Emaleigh Renier share about their new roles as they join the Center for Community Partnerships’ team.
A new study by CSU researchers found that a portion of noncoding genetic material might be an important biomarker of the aging process.
Food science and Human Nutrition alumna Juli Cackovic is currently working as a second year resident in family medicine and hopes to become a hospitalist once she completes residency.
Beginning in 2009, HABIC volunteer team Brenda Dickison and her dog Zuri worked together in long-term care. After receiving advanced certification in 2013, the pair switched to schools and made a difference working with elementary school children in Loveland and Fort Collins.
Over the last year and a half, we have been researching and gathering information about the history and growth of our collection for an exhibition planned for the fall of 2020 called Threads of our Community: The History of the Avenir.
Lauren Nale is an alumna from the Department of Occupational Therapy and currently lives in the south suburbs of Chicago working as an occupational therapist.
Health and exercise science alumna Kati Dugan uses her passion for health and wellness to promote active lifestyles coaching kids soccer in Colorado.
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.