A new occupational therapy scholarship aims to promote diversity within the discipline.
The International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Conference returned to an in-person experience in Denver, with Colorado State University as the host institution. Amid the face-to-face excitement, two recent CSU alumni, Elise Hadjis and Katie Miller, won awards for their creative design research in apparel and merchandising.
Christine Fruhauf’s dedication to teaching, research, and engagement in the field of gerontology at Colorado State University has earned several accolades and now, she is being honored at the national level.
The Distinguished Alumni Awards program recognizes CSU alumni who exemplify a lifelong commitment to Ram pride.
The Executive Leadership Council advises Dean Lise Youngblade, sharing perspectives as alumni, parents, retirees, community partners, and donors. The members advance the mission of the college through philanthropy and advocacy.
Melissa Pappas has shaped social welfare policy and workforce development. For her stalwart commitment to CSU, she has earned an Alumni Association Distinguished Award.
Coming to campus to cheer on the Rams at Canvas Stadium? You won’t want to miss these additional experiences offered by College of Health and Human Sciences programs and the CSU Alumni Association.
Five College of Health and Human Sciences alumni earn accolades from CSU’s Alumni Association. Discover the contributions and impact of Linda Meserve, Carol and Gene Vaughan, Melissa Pappas, and Ben Rainbolt, Jr.
Brian Dunbar’s leadership was recognized with a prestigious 2022 Leadership Award from the U.S. Green Building Council, the non-profit organization that provides LEED certification and guidance for healthy, sustainable buildings worldwide.
Colorado State University’s School of Education celebrates student, alumni, and faculty accolades awarded this spring from within CSU and beyond, and achievements including publications, fellowships, and retirements.