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We have highlighted a few of these professional development experiences in this newsletter, and I would like to mention a few below.
We revised the the Bachelor of Science in Personal Financial Planning curriculum and now require students to complete an internship.
In August, we will welcome a new cohort of doctoral students to campus.
As part of the residency experience, we will host our third annual Practitioner Oriented Poster Forum.
But it also wants them to have more babies to reverse a long-running decline in the birth rate, one of the lowest in the world.
Sex Positive Club (Formerly Sexual Assault Prevention Advocates)Our Mission: Western Sex Positive is a student led and faculty/staff advised group working to reduce sexual assault at Western, provide support to sexual assault victims, provide safe and positive sex messages to students and encourage dialogue on campus around responsible sexual relationships.
All members of The SWEET Life complete a rigorous training and certification process which allows them to engage with fellow students as Nationally Certified Peer Educators.
Michael Hirakata (from left), Carmen Hirakata and Glenn Hirakata of Hirakata Farms, Rocky Ford, Colo.; and Tracy Vanderpool and Alvin Kunugi of the Colorado Department of Agriculture were among the attendees at the second annual conference of the Colorado Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association Feb. Colorado’s agriculture commissioner and an Air Force major general were among the speakers at the annual conference of the Colorado Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association. Among those in attendance were buyers from Sprouts Farmers Market, Fresh Pack Produce, Shamrock Foods, Costco, Tony’s Market, Sysco Denver, Freshpoint and Albertsons/Safeway. Also on the schedule were Don Brown, Colorado’s agriculture commissioner, and state and federal officials and Colorado State University faculty who addressed issues including water policy, nutrition, production, distribution, insurance and the Food Safety Modernization Act.
More than 300 people attended, about 20% more than last year’s inaugural event, said Robert Sakata of Brighton, Colo.-based Sakata Farms, the group’s president. “In visiting with people, there was a lot more energy than last year, and I heard stories about the business benefits of being a member of the association.” More than 25 buyers and two local chefs attended, Sakata said, and a “speed dating” session in which growers talked to buyers in three-minute intervals was very successful. Gary Dylewski discussed food safety and obesity as national security issues.