Summer is a great time of year for kids to get outside and be active.
Anyone who has children or interacts with children knows that getting kids to eat a healthy and balanced diet is a huge feat.
Now is a great time to eat outside! But when planning your next barbecue, picnic or camping trip, be aware that summertime rates of food poisoning skyrocket. Warm weather provides the ideal opportunity for the bacteria in food to multiply and grow, so take care with these 5 tips for safe summer cooking.
Our students made a big splash around the world this summer doing internships, research and volunteering abroad.
Sustainability is playing an ever-increasing role in the field of textile design and merchandising, and one Colorado State University alumna is making a career out of it.
A degree in Human Development and Family Studies can lead to all kinds of career paths. For Austin South, who earned his bachelor’s degree online from Colorado State University, it led to enriching his work with the nonprofit organization Orphan Outreach.
Fourteen Colorado State University students recently stepped out of their comfort zones for a course that allowed them to engage with youth living in the communities surrounding the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico.
The American Occupational Therapy Association has named 100 Influential People to celebrate 100 years of history of the field — including four with CSU ties.
The Legacies Project in the CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences was launched in 2012 as a way to chronicle the personal and professional histories of those who helped shape the college. This year, three new honorees were unveiled.