The fourth Love Your State Day of Giving shatters previous records for support.
Karen Rattenborg is being recognized with the 2018 Spirit of Philanthropy Award for all the ways she supports CSU. The award was presented by the Division of University Advancement at the Celebrate! CSU event on April 11.
After earning three degrees from CSU's Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Karen Morris-Fine led a successful career as a toxicologist for major companies like Coca-Cola and The Boeing Company. Now in retirement, Morris-Fine is leading by example to support research at CSU.
John and Judy Sitzman have established three student scholarships in CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences: in interior design, fermentation science and technology, and human development and family studies.
Marie Macy, '55, is continuing her dedication to CSU’s youngest Rams through a generous gift to the Marie Macy Director’s Legacy Endowment to benefit CSU’s Early Childhood Center.
Barry Braun, head of the Department of Health and Exercise Science, is making student scholarships part of his legacy with a $50,000 planned gift.
On December 9, students and scholarship donors gathered for the annual College of Health and Human Sciences Scholarship Brunch at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins.
A gift of more than $1.5 million from the Avenir Foundation will support the Human-Animal Bond in Colorado program in the School of Social Work.