Haleigh Cannalte

Aspiring Content Writer

Location icon United States of America

I recently graduated with an English degree from Colorado State University, and I am enthusiastic about engaging with clients and consumers through my writing and marketing skills, especially in a higher education environment.

Social work grad gains a new outlook - SOURCE

Dean Graby is dedicated to service: serving our country, serving his community and serving veterans. Nominated as one of the School of Social Work's outstanding graduates, Graby is a veteran of the U.S. Army, husband and father who graduated in December from Colorado State University with his degree in social work from the College of Health and Human Sciences.

Colorado State University Alumni Association
Denver Rams Give Back

To Neil Cowan ('94), the words on the Colorado State University seal-education, service, extension, research-aren't just words, they're promises to the Colorado community. Three years ago, Cowan connected with the Denver Ram Network's Amanda Wolz and began a new service mission to help The Urban Farm in Stapleton-a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing work experience and a welcoming community in a farm setting to inner city youth.

Social work student uses past experiences to build respect for Muslims - SOURCE

In working with children to help them navigate a changing society, current School of Social Work student Israa Eldeiry has found her passion, her purpose, and a way to serve her community. Though born in Egypt, she's lived in Fort Collins from an early age, and has strong ties to Colorado State University.

Social work senior plans career helping Latino community

Ray Rios discovered his passion as a B.S.W. student by recognizing a need in his own community. "The inspiration that led me to social work is the struggle of my people," said Rios. "I identify as a Latino male and grew up in a community that faces many different types of struggles."

Colorado State University Alumni Association
Kathy Benedict: Disease Detective

For many Americans, 2014's Ebola epidemic in West Africa began and ended with the four imported cases reported in the United States. For the people of Sierra Leone and neighboring countries, it's an ongoing health crisis-a crisis that Kathy Benedict (Ph.D. '11, D.V.M. ’13) and her fellow Epidemic Intelligence Service officers were charged with combating for six weeks earlier this year.