The fourth Love Your State Day of Giving shatters previous records for support.
The long-awaited teaching brewery in Colorado State University’s Ramskeller was unveiled April 9 when students, donors and other project partners offered a toast to the future brewers who will be trained on the system.
Eric Eads, a 2010 HES alumnus, has experience in the fields of heart health, beer, and now yoghurt. Eads took a roundabout journey to find his passion in the field of fermentation – landing a job at Noosa Yogurt. Read Eads' story here.
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.
Sergio A. Ortiz graduated from Colorado State University in 2009 with his B.S. in construction management and a minor in business administration. He has worked in Colorado for nearly ten years with the Neenan Company, based out of Fort Collins.
Griffin, a 2017 graduate of the School of Education's Higher Education Leadership doctoral specialization, teaches international education and works as a research consulting focusing on internationalization at higher education institutions.