Construction Management shines spotlight on senior Melissa Browne
Sarah Ardanuy Johnson is providing important experience working on research projects to two undergraduate students. Brayden Smith, a junior, and Lauren Grabos, a senior, are studying the health impacts that consumption of berries such as blueberries and aronia berries and microgreens have on human health.
Graduates enjoyed a week of glorious weather to celebrate their accomplishments after a particularly challenging year.
The award empowers students who might not have thought that an Education Abroad experience was for them or that they could afford it.
Impact of the coronavirus, COVID-19, inspires new virtual methods for internship experience
“It’s now more important than ever that we’re training the next generation of scientists to be prepared for the next pandemic.” -Josh Schaeffer, assistant professor of occupational and environmental health
“It’s really interesting to see how my background in pattern making and 3D body scanning can be utilized in many different ways. This upcoming project feels like the best possible way I could use my skills to help with worker safety and health.” -Kayna Hobbs, Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Ph.D. student
Bryan Flores's curiosity for how and why things are built led him to discover construction management at CSU and eventually intern with the construction company, Swinerton.
In collaboration with the Associated Students of Colorado State University and Campus Recreation, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center produced affordable and simple cooking videos to support CSU students staying at home.
As Bee Pettner completes her virtual internship with Kohl's amid a global health crisis, she has not only gained valuable professional experience but also learned something that extends far beyond knowledge of design and her planned profession.