Feel the love Wednesday, April 18, on I Love CSU Day.
At a beam-raising ceremony marking a major milestone in construction of the Richardson Design Center at Colorado State University, two interior design students thanked Nancy and Curt Richardson and other donors for making the new facility possible.
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.
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.
Kate Quillin of Manitou Springs graduated from Colorado State University with her B.A. in social work and sociology in 2009. In the years since, she has traveled across the world as part of the Peace Corps to advocate for people facing discrimination and abuse. To learn more about Quillin and her current position, click here.