Programs in FSHN illuminate the role of food and nutrition in the health of people through innovative research and outreach programs.
The long-awaited teaching brewery in CSU's Ramskeller was recently unveiled.
Karen Morris-Fine is leading by example to support research at CSU.
Heather Nereson is the epitome of dedication and commitment to leadership.
Sarah Johnson is the recipient of the Institute of Food Technologists Emerging Leaders Network Award.
A group of CSU faculty and Extension specialists have created a free food preservation app called Preserve Smart. Because they can.
Viridiana Gonzalez-Huizar and Alondra Sarmiento, with the help of CSU Extension and One Morgan County, have created a 6-week nutrition program for low-income familes.
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