Department of Construction Management hosts Fall Career Fair
New School of Education professor Dafina-Lazarus Stewart’s scholarly interests and research generally focus on issues of equity, inclusion, and justice in the context of experiences of minoritized populations at colleges and universities.
The Diversity Symposium's one-day education track on Thursday, Sept. 28 centers on diversity and inclusion-focused pedagogical practices and evidence-based research, delivered by speakers including current students, alumni, faculty and staff from the School.
Colorado State University’s nationally ranked Department of Occupational Therapy has reached a milestone this summer with its first Ph.D. graduate to come out of the program.
ConX (pronounced Connects) is a grant-funded program designed to help students integrate and create community within the five new concentrations in the HDFS major. Learn more about the program.
Couture-level, high fashion evening attire inspires the newest exhibit featured in the Gustafson Gallery.
In recognition of her outstanding work with CSU’s Family and Consumer Sciences program, Dawn Mallette has been awarded the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America National Distinguished Service Award.
Sarah Ash, a junior studying health and exercise science, was able to travel to Dublin, Ireland, for an internship this summer. Learn more about Ash and her internship.
Colorado State University announced the 2017 Sports Hall of Fame class in August, and included among the inductees is Olympian Janay DeLoach (‘08, ‘12).
This fall students enrolled in SOWK 342: Generalist Practice with Organizations and Communities will partner with Poudre Fire Authority educators and firefighters to install smoke alarms in Fort Collins mobile home parks.