The Early Childhood Center provides high quality education to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers while serving as an important learning and research laboratory for CSU faculty and students. Read more about the ECC’s new home in the historic Washington School.
How do you know when you’re old? While what you believe about your age may not be the fountain of youth, it does make a remarkable difference to your health, well-being, and quality of life. Manfred Diehl is working to unravel the relationship between perception and health -- and find ways to help you stay young at heart.
Professor Jenn Matheson’s touching tale of survival after being infected with a life-threatening, undiagnosed respiratory infection that hospitalized her for five months is about resiliency, gratitude and generosity. This generosity inspired the creation of the Jennifer L. Matheson Resiliency Scholarship for students overcoming tremendous odds to pursue their education and for students who study resilience.
This specialization prepares students for a variety of careers, from applied work as a child life specialist or in the human services to contributing to the knowledge base as a researcher or policy analyst.