Manfred Diehl's research suggests perceptions of aging play a role in health.
Doug Coatsworth brings his expertise in prevention science to CSU with the goal of starting an innovative new center.
Miriam and Tim Cake made a gift to support Early Childhood Center low-income tuition scholarships in memory of Miriam's mother, Phyllis Sakurada, the ECC cook for 18 years.
Mentoring program pairing at-risk youth with CSU students changes lives in positive ways
Human Development and Family Studies is an interdisciplinary program focusing on the development of families and individuals across the life span.
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.
Our MFT program is the only post-baccalaureate program in Colorado accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education.
The occupational outlook is particularly strong for Ph.D.-trained individuals with an applied orientation and strong quantitative research skills.
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