CSU's third annual Love Your State Day of Giving is Wednesday, April 19.
CSU and the Denver Broncos combine forces to present the first Women in Sports Industry Symposium.
Since receiving her master’s degree from the Department of Occupational Therapy, Yates has been a pediatric therapist at Children’s Therapy TEAM and has been involved in the non-profit organization TEAMworks that seeks to improve and enhance the lives of children with special needs both locally and internationally.
Karen Morris-Fine led a successful career as a toxicologist to major corporations including Coca Cola, Syracuse Research Corporation and the Boeing Company.
“Yoga has been something I have participated in for myself. I had hoped I could integrate my yoga training into my work as an occupational therapist, but I did not know what that would look like at the time, “said Stacey Nichols.
Because of Ann Vail’s significant achievements and leadership in higher education, she is a 2016 recipient of the CHHS Outstanding Alumna Award,
Nathaniel Easley (B.A. history ’88, M.S. student affairs in higher education ’92) received the 2016 College of Health and Human Sciences Outstanding Alumnus Award, which honors outstanding alumni from the college.
The late Lt. Col. John Mosley, who broke down barriers to become an American hero, is being awarded the Founders Day Medal by CSU.
Dawn Clifford, whose time at CSU inspired her to pursue a career in mass media and nutrition education, is the 2016 recipient of the College of Health and Human Sciences Emerging Leader Alumna Award.
Gretchen L. Wall, M.S., is a graduate of the CSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition and serves as the Produce Safety Alliance Coordinator & Northeast Regional Extension Associate.