Brownie McGraw, who had a remarkable impact on CSU and the city, died at 89.
Jack Curfman, a legendary teacher and art director who was so respected that one of Colorado State University’s most prominent art galleries bears his name, has died at his home in Fort Collins. He was 95.
Prudence “Prue” Kaley was always passionate about caring for others. As a part of her estate, she left a gift to Human Development and Family Studies to create an endowment for the Prue Kaley Scholarship so that it will live on in perpetuity.
Former CSU football coach Sonny Lubick’s kindness inspired Darian Ortiz to follow his dream of becoming a teacher – and a Ram.
Roland Rainey Jr. graduated in 2003 with his degree in human development and family studies from Colorado State University, and it has certainly prepared him to navigate both military and civilian life.
Honorees Ian Warner, and Amy Powell, CM alumna, set the bar high as CM's Friend of the Department Award recipients.
The Department of Occupational Therapy is proud of our recent Ph.D. graduates and is looking forward to working with our new students in their academic endeavors.