Aly Cavalier, a doctoral student in the Colorado State University Department of Health and Exercise Science, recently received a major support for her research career in the form of a $20,000 Dean’s Fellowship from the CSU College of Health and Human Sciences.
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As Bee Pettner completes her virtual internship with Kohl’s amid a global health crisis, she has not only gained valuable professional experience but also learned something that extends far beyond knowledge of design and her planned profession.
In the Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences, transfer students are an integral part of the community. Coming from a variety of institutions and backgrounds, these students bring a wealth of experience and diversity to our Ramily. We asked six of our current transfer students about their admission journey and how they found their state at CSU. Here is what they said.
Committed to combating food insecurity for low-income older adults, Kali LeMaster, together with the Market Days! For Older Adults team, has continued the program as the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened some of our most vulnerable community members.
The Colorado State University Department of Health and Exercise Science is proud of the students who received research awards in several competitions this spring.
Elizabeth Jach was determined to earn her Ph.D. degree. She worked full time, switched jobs, and moved across state lines, all while earning her degree online in the Colorado State University Higher Education Leadership program.
Svetlana Olbina, an associate professor in the Department of Construction Management, is conducting research aimed at better understanding how the use of VR enhances student learning as compared to traditional methods.
Kristen Dingwall is dedicated to helping families in crisis to rebuild their lives. Through an internship with SummitStone Health Partners, she has been able to practice skills learned in the classroom and gain clinical experience beyond campus.
Brittney Sly, a doctoral student in food science and human nutrition, is helping women in Rwanda to grow and maintain kitchen gardens, as part of an effort to increase diet diversity and address malnutrition in the community.
Taylor Ewell came to CSU with the goal of becoming a Marine Officer after college, but a passion for research he developed here prompted him to change his plan.