Summer is a great time of year for kids to get outside and be active.
Anyone who has children or interacts with children knows that getting kids to eat a healthy and balanced diet is a huge feat.
Jo Karen “Jody” Werner (B.S., occupational therapy, ’70) and her husband Mike Werner (B.S., outdoor recreation, ’70) created the Jody Werner OT Clinical Education Scholarship to support occupational therapy students engaged in their final fieldwork experiences at CSU’s Early Childhood Center.
Our students made a big splash around the world this summer doing internships, research and volunteering abroad.
This summer break, many College of Health and Human Sciences students dove into internships across the U.S.
Fourteen Colorado State University students recently stepped out of their comfort zones for a course that allowed them to engage with youth living in the communities surrounding the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico.
Just as the times and places students can study online are flexible, so are the times and places they can graduate. At least that’s what one online Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) master’s student and her thesis committee have shown.
Loading LEGO bricks into a small cardboard box and writing out simple instructions for making mac and cheese were part of a groundbreaking camp at CSU that helped high school girls picture themselves in the construction management industry.
Emily Rice took a winding road to earning her teaching degree. “People had suggested to me that I should consider being a teacher,” she said. “I wanted to try to do something else with my degrees, but the idea of teaching was always in the back of my mind.”
Emily Rice took a winding road to earning her teaching degree. "People had suggested to me that I should consider being a teacher," she said. "I wanted to try to do something else with my degrees, but the idea of teaching was always in the back of my mind."