Hard work, perseverance and resilience guide Honors student to career working with kids.
CSU alumnus Derek Theler, an actor who co-stars in the Freeform comedy series Baby Daddy, visited campus this week to speak at the first annual “HES Extravaganza” hosted by the Department of Health and Exercise Science.
Colorado State University researchers are looking for people to join a study on the positive side effects of a new diabetes medication, and participants will get three months of free meals provided by Housing and Dining Services.
Richard G. (Gay) Israel passed away on April 16 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 65.
A celebration of the impressive career of Professor Gay Israel, former head of the Department of Health and Exercise Science, will take place Thursday, April 21, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. in the Cherokee Park Ballroom of the Lory Student Center.
Some multiple sclerosis patients use medical marijuana to reduce their pain and muscle spasms, and a Colorado State University researcher is launching a crowdfunding campaign to study possible benefits and side effects of this long-term marijuana use.
Mike Pascoe, an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, will be hosting a seminar at CSU on Feb. 26 to discuss innovative instructional techniques being used in university-level gross anatomy instruction.
Matt Racine, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Health and Exercise Science, recently received the Fleur L. Strand Professional Opportunity Award from the Women in Physiology Committee of the Society of Experimental Biology.
Each new year brings a fresh wave of individuals looking to satisfy their resolutions to get active and live healthy. But Smart Fit Chicks, a company born at Colorado State University, understands that keeping these resolutions isn’t always easy — and is here to help.