55 episodes

Health and Human Science Matters is a podcast dedicated to the life-changing research and creative scholarship done in Colorado State University's College of Health and Human Sciences.

Each episode invites you to get to know the faculty, students, and staff in our College who fulfill our mission of optimizing human health and well-being through discovery and innovation.

Health and Human Science Matters CSU College of Health and Human Sciences

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Health and Human Science Matters is a podcast dedicated to the life-changing research and creative scholarship done in Colorado State University's College of Health and Human Sciences.

Each episode invites you to get to know the faculty, students, and staff in our College who fulfill our mission of optimizing human health and well-being through discovery and innovation.

    CSU President Amy Parsons | The value of the land grant university, and the role of democracy in education

    CSU President Amy Parsons | The value of the land grant university, and the role of democracy in education

    Colorado State University’s 16th President Amy Parsons joins Matt and Avery to discuss her journey from studying political science as an undergraduate at CSU and pursuing her law degree, to becoming the university’s president.
    During the conversation, President Parsons emphasized the importance of CSU as a modern land-grant university and its role to serve students, faculty, staff, and our communities in Colorado while cultivating an engaging atmosphere for connection, democracy, expression, and intellectual curiosity.
    Get to know more about President Parsons on her bio page. Also, learn about the "Democracy and Higher Education: A Presidential Conversation with Johns Hopkins President, Ronald Daniels" event on Thursday, April 18, 2024.

    • 30 min
    CSU College of Health and Human Sciences Dean's Fellows | Pursuing Ph.D.s to improve lives

    CSU College of Health and Human Sciences Dean's Fellows | Pursuing Ph.D.s to improve lives

    On this special episode of Health and Human Science Matters, Matt and Avery sit down with Ph.D. candidates and CHHS Dean’s Doctoral Fellowship recipients, Mohammad Teymouri from the Department of Construction Management, Elliot Graham from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, and Heidi Tseng from the Department of Human Development and Family Studies.
    The three doctoral students share their journeys to Colorado State University, what it's like to pursue a Ph.D., and the impact they hope to have with their research.
    Learn more about the CHHS Dean's Fellowship and the fellows here: https://chhs.source.colostate.edu/csu-college-of-health-and-human-sciences-2022-23-deans-fellows-recognized-for-their-research-excellence/

    • 36 min
    Dr. Mohammed Mehany | Sustainable infrastructure and improving mental health within the construction industry

    Dr. Mohammed Mehany | Sustainable infrastructure and improving mental health within the construction industry

    Dr. Mohammed Mehany, associate professor in Colorado State University's Department of Construction Management, sits down with Matt and Avery to discuss his fascinating, cross-cultural journey from Cairo, Egypt to Colorado and his research studying more sustainable infrastructure and mental health in the construction industry.
    Learn more about Dr. Mehany on his bio page!

    • 32 min
    Dr. Karyn Hamilton | Promoting healthy aging through exercise

    Dr. Karyn Hamilton | Promoting healthy aging through exercise

    Dr. Karyn Hamilton, professor in Colorado State University's Department of Health and Exercise Science, associate director for the Columbine Health Systems Center of Healthy Aging, and director of the Translational Research on Aging and Chronic Disease Lab, speaks with Matt and Avery about her integrative approach to studying age-associated chronic diseases.
    Learn more about Dr. Hamilton on her bio page!

    • 34 min
    Dr. Sarah A. Johnson | Functional foods for healthier lives

    Dr. Sarah A. Johnson | Functional foods for healthier lives

    Dr. Sarah A. Johnson, registered dietician nutritionist and associate professor in Colorado State University's Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, speaks with Matt and Avery about her research on functional foods - such as blueberries and microgreens - to benefit human health across the lifespan.
    Learn more about Dr. Johnson on her bio page!

    • 34 min
    Dr. Paula Alaszkiewicz | Showcasing the rich history of textiles

    Dr. Paula Alaszkiewicz | Showcasing the rich history of textiles

    Dr. Paula Alaszkiewicz, assistant professor in Colorado State University's Department of Design and Merchandising and curator of the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising, speaks with Matt and Avery about her research and creative scholarship exploring the structures, spaces, and practices of exhibiting fashion and historic textiles.
    Learn more about Dr. Alaszkiewicz on her bio page!

    • 37 min

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