Student spotlight for September 2018
A program designed by a Colorado State University professor and master’s student to promote physical activity and its positive health effects for cancer survivors recently moved to campus from a local health club.
Malachi Haynes is a top participant in the annual Youth of the Year program, Boys & Girls Clubs’ premier recognition and leadership development program for Club members. And, he’s a CSU freshman.
In July, a group of 17 kids between the ages of 11 and 15 participated in a new, free summer program offered by Colorado State University’s Institute for the Built Environment to work with youth on improving shared community outdoor areas.
For the more than 900 students starting their college experience with the College of Health and Human Sciences last Friday, Ram Welcome was the first step in launching their promising college careers.
Colorado State University’s School of Social Work is breaking ground with a new data reporting system and sharing implementation strategies with other institutions.
Our students made a big splash around the world this summer doing internships, research and volunteering abroad.
When Karen Hyllegard talks about her goals as the new head of CSU’s Department of Design and Merchandising, the conversation inevitably leads to the January 2019 opening of the new Richardson Design Center.
Health and exercise science student Austin Schwartz has always been excited about exercise and rehabilitation, and his interest in pursuing physical therapy ignited when he started shadowing physical therapists while still in high school.