Legacies Project

 

Former faculty and staff are valued members of the College of Health and Human Sciences family. The Legacies Project was envisioned in 2011 by a group of engaged faculty emeriti seeking to preserve history and bonds among their peers. The first honoree videos and web pages premiered in 2012. These pages honor former faculty and staff by gathering, archiving, and sharing personal and professional histories. Explore these pages to watch videos and read about the honorees and find resources to help you stay connected to the College and CSU.

Health and Medical Center

Gift supports expanded nutrition outreach and programming in CSU's new Health and Medical Center

The Colorado State University Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center will be providing nutrition and outreach programming to the campus and community in an expanded space thanks to a transformational gift thanks...

Ellie Gilfoyle, right,

Colorado State University faculty and alumnus named among top 100 influential people in OT

The nominations are in, and in honor of their centennial, the American Occupational Therapy Association has named 100 Influential People to celebrate 100 years of history of the field of...

Louise White, left, and David Greene, associate professor in OT, at the Legacies Project recognition event.

Louise White: A legacy of teaching and service in OT

Since 2012, Colorado State University's College of Health and Human Sciences has been honoring retired staff and faculty emeriti for their exceptional work and forward-thinking contributions to our shared history contributions...

Ben Granger

Ben Granger: The legacy of a true social worker

"Ben was a real social worker," Georgia Granger said, remembering her husband. "He loved the students; he wanted to teach them all he could. He wanted them to look at wanted...

Brian Dunbar stands next to his wife, Karen.

Brian Dunbar: Leaving a legacy of environmental sustainability

Legacies, much like the ancient city of Rome, are not built in one day. The status of greatness is earned through will, passion and countless acts of selfless contributions toward acts...

Thank You Graphic

State of Family: CHHS faculty and staff give back in 2016

The College of Health and Human Sciences has a lot to be thankful for this year. Through memorial gifts, scholarships, and collective giving, faculty and staff have made a real staff...

Dr. William Elliott

Brad Sheafor Lecture Series Launched

Social Work students, alumni, faculty, and community practitioners gathered Wednesday evening for the Inaugural Brad Sheafor Lecture in Social Work.

Created in honor of Colorado State University Professor Emeritus Brad State...

Dr. William Elliot

Brad Sheafor Lecture Series addresses issues in social work Oct. 19

William Elliott III will kick off the Brad Sheafor Lecture Series, created in honor of Colorado State University Professor Emeritus Brad Sheafor, with an Oct. 19 lecture on the connection 19...

Gay Israel

Remembering health and exercise science leader Richard G. Israel

Richard G. (Gay) Israel passed away on April 16 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 65.

Israel, who served as department head of Health and Exercise Science for Health...

Legacies Honorees

College introduces expanded Legacies Project for 2016

Legacies and Leaders, the theme of the 2016 College of Health and Human Sciences Emeriti and Retiree event, is a nod to the expansion of the Legacies Project the...

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