Lauren Shomaker and a team of researchers from the University of Colorado School of Medicine have the opportunity to further their research on an excess weight gain prevention program in adolescent mothers thanks to a CSU Prevention Research Center grant.
June 1 marked the start of the exciting partnership between the Institute for Shipboard Education, parent organization to the Semester at Sea program, and CSU. Seasoned voyager Toni Zimmerman sets sail with CSU's first Semester at Sea as academic dean.
Construction on the Colorado State University Health and Medical Center has reached an important milestone as building crews placed the last steel beam to "top out" the structural framework of the new facility.
Colorado State University has created a center that focuses on addressing the childhood trauma that kids served by the Larimer County Department of Human Services have experienced, and it could blossom into a national training ground for a new model of care.
State-of-the art training in human development from a lifespan and ecological perspective, and research skills to conduct both basic and applied research on human development that affect the quality of life of individuals, families, and communities.
Our Marriage & Family Therapy program, accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Marriage & Family Therapy Education, provides a specific professional curriculum that prepares graduates for licensure as Couple and Family Therapists.
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.