Design and Merchandising graduate student Courtney Morgan recently conducted in-depth provenance research into a small but intriguing object in the Avenir Museum collection, and shares the path of discovery in her own words.
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Trimble announced today that it has awarded a significant in-kind gift to the Department of Construction Management.
Keep these four tips in mind to foster and maintain the healthiest, and most worth-while relationships.
Dakota Collins is a junior majoring in construction management with a minor in global environmental sustainability. In his own words, he describes his experience on the two-week study abroad course in Costa Rica.
Staying active is extremely important for your dog’s physical and mental well-being. Here are ways to keep your pet healthy and active during winter.
The Gustafson Gallery White Noise exhibit, featuring work by graduate student Tyler Klene, runs until February 22.
While making resolutions for the New Year, self-care often tops the list, and one effective method of self-care is through caring for animals. So this year, consider giving equine-therapy a try!
It’s a time of year when many are hoping to make some big changes and create some new healthy habits. Here are a few tips when creating goals around health and habits in the New Year.
An ounce of prevention: Human-Animal Bond in Colorado offers pet safety tips to help you and your family have a purr-fect holiday season.