Cancer rehab therapist is career goal for College of Health and Human Sciences graduate.
The College of Health and Human Sciences will confer undergraduate degrees at a commencement ceremony on Friday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m., in Moby Arena.
Autumn Gardner refused to take no for an answer. Now she's a record-breaking high jumper at CSU.
Between construction management competition teams, paving a future for women in CM, and helping create a more accessible home, outstanding grad Jenna Richards mastered involvement on campus.
Kimberly Bartlett has lived, worked, and studied in England, China, New York, Colorado, and Mexico. Having always had an interest in interior design, she decided to attend CSU for her second bachelor’s degree. Read more about this outstanding graduate.
Department of Occupational Therapy recognizes outstanding students during PTE induction ceremony.
A center pioneered at CSU to focus on assessing complex trauma in children was awarded the Jim Drendel Community is the Solution Award by the Department of Health and Human Services of Larimer County on April 6.
Colorado State University food science and human nutrition major, Heather Nereson, is the epitome of dedication and commitment to leadership.
“I am a proud first-generation student,” Eboni Stevenson said, reflecting on her time at Colorado State University. “Getting to CSU was not an easy task, as I had a very limited understanding of college. I knew I wanted to go to a university, but I had no clue how to get there.”