Degree Programs

FSHN Clubs

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President: Lauren Sandell, FTEC Major with Interdisciplinary Food Safety Minor
Vice President: Grant Smallwood, FTEC Major
Contact Info: ffsc.chhs.csu@gmail.com

The Food and Fermentation Science Club is focused on all things food, fermentation, and science! We hold meetings during the Fall and Spring semesters and attend various events during breaks. Our meetings include hands-on experience in making small batches of foods or drinks, bringing in guest speakers on an array of topics, and going out on visits to local food production facilities, breweries, and other cool places. Additionally, we encourage building relationships with professionals in the industry, who can provide networking connections and insight as to potential career opportunities. Our club is full of unique, charismatic, and fun-loving people with interests in food, fermentation, biochemistry, culinary arts and/or everything in between. We are here for everyone and welcome any who want to learn more about these topics.

President: Emma Sickles
VP of Outreach: Caitlin Jacobsen
VP of Professional Development: Sarah Otto
VP of Publicity: Johanna Bishop
Treasurer: Lauren Rhoades
Secretary: Colleen Wysocki
Contact info: foodandnutritionclub@colostate.edu
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CSUFoodAndNutritionClub/
Ramlink: https://ramlink.collegiatelink.net/organization/FoodandNutritionClub

The FAN (Food and Nutrition) Club is a CSU student service organization in the Dept. of Food Science & Human Nutrition, dedicated to promoting nutrition and health at Colorado State University and throughout Northern Colorado. As a club, we hope to provide students with nutrition-related opportunities in service/outreach, professional networking, student discussion, and more! This club is open to ALL majors (not just nutrition/dietetics) and to both undergraduate AND graduate students!

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The Hospitality Club offers you experience with planning events, leadership opportunities, resume building materials and networking skills. Our purpose is to provide all members with the chance to explore, network, gain industry insight and build relationships with faculty and peers. We will make site visits to restaurants, hotels and event venues and start building connections with industry members by talking with professionals. We will join professional organizations and attend conferences as well as be involved in the community by volunteering our time at various events. If you are interested please email us at: csuhospitalityclub@gmail.com.

President: Janie Jacoby
Chief Financial Officer: Whitney Helton
Vice President: Bianca Arney
Chief Communications Officer: Adrian Jesse
Treasurer: Lauren Rhoades
Secretary: Colleen Wysocki
Contact info: holistichealthalliance@colostate.edu
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/holistichealthalliancecsu/?fref=ts
Ramlink: https://ramlink.collegiatelink.net/organization/holistichealthalliance

The purpose of the Holistic Health Alliance (HHA) is to present evidence-based information to increase knowledge and awareness of holistic health. Topics of discussion encompass nutrition as medicine, functional medicine, integrative medicine, and mind-body health. The HHA's mission is to promote a philosophy of health that considers the individual as a whole person, and strives to address the root causes of illness, not merely symptoms. HHA is dedicated to exploring a full range of healing modalities. Each semester we will have speakers, workshops, journal/research discussions, and community outreach. We welcome all majors, as well as both undergraduate and graduate students.