ASU PRIDE will be having their first meeting of the semester tomorrow, Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m., in the multicultural room. This room is located in the Student Life Center. Anyone is welcome, please come and see what we are doing this semester.
The HPPE Department opens up the Exercise Physiology Lab every Thursday from 5:00-7:00pm for community members. We offer a variety of fitness tests that can help you reach your fitness and health goals. We offer Fitness Age Testing, Body Composition Testing, Wingate Anaerobic Power Testing, and VO2 Max Testing. Tests range from $10-$50.
APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED!
If you are interested in getting tested and need some help getting started contact either Dr. Tracey Robinson email@example.com or Alex Jordan firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-587-7246 to learn more about the Fitness tests that are offered and to schedule an appointment.
Beginning yesterday evening, we began experiencing issues with our BannerWeb environment. We’ve been working with our vendor to restore these services, and hope to have everything working later this afternoon if not sooner. This will affect Banner Web Services such as School Services and Faculty/Employee services intermittently as we are working to resolve the issue. This should not impact on-campus Banner Forms access and functionality. This was not a planned maintenance activity, and we apologize for the inconvenience this has caused.
If you have any questions, please call our Helpdesk at x7741 or contact us via email at email@example.com
Spanish club will be selling homemade burritos this Wednesday 24th outside of McDaniel from 8 am-noon. Burritos are $3 each. Come on by!
*In case of bad weather we will set up inside McDaniel.
Living Legends is a dance group from Brigham Young University performing cultural dances celebrating the Americas and Pacific Islands. They are coming to ASU to perform on January 30th at 7pm in Plachy Hall. Buy your tickets now so you don’t miss this event. The tickets will need to be printed off and presented at the door.
The link for tickets:
Grizzly Activity Board (GAB) is looking to fill two positions within it’s executive board starting this semester. VP of Programming (Homecoming and small events) and VP of Programming (Welcome Week and Grizzly Daze). Both positions are paid through campus employment.
Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.5
For more information and to apply follow this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdYAG4Tm3HE4BEfpHI_EclkJU8qewbZ4O5X1MtCwu5Gitlf5g/viewform
Fitness classes in the Rex Fitness and Wellness Center are back on for the spring!
Come get your sweat on in the GrizzlyX room in some of our new classes or in one returning from the fall! Each class is FREEEEEEEEE for ASU students, faculty, and staff and only $5 for non ASU members.
Monday: Spin 7AM, Pilates 8AM, Yoga 12PM, Grizzly Core 1PM, Strength Circuit 6:30PM
Tuesday: Yoga 7AM, HIIT 8AM, Beginner Weight Lifting 8AM, Step 5:45PM
Wednesday: Yoga 7AM, Pilates 8AM, Yoga 12PM, Grizzly Core 1PM, Barre 5PM, Salsa 5PM, Step 5:45PM, Boxing 20/20/20 6PM
Thursday: Yoga 7AM, HIIT 8AM, Zumba 5:30PM, Salsa 6:30PM
Friday: Spin 7AM, Turbokick 9AM, Beginner Weight Lifting 11AM, Yoga 12PM, Grizzly Core 1PM
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is seeking energetic and passionate college students looking to contribute to the health and vitality of America’s agriculture and natural resources!
– APHIS will advertise internship opportunities on USAJobs for one week starting January 22, 2018, in the following locations: Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Washington, New Jersey, Louisiana, Texas, Florida, Minnesota, and Washington, D.C.
– APHIS will advertise internship opportunities in Arizona, Guam, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii for one week starting February 5.
Positions will be offered in the following fields: biological science, administration, financial management, information technology, environmental protection, and education.
In addition to day-to-day responsibilities, selected students will participate in the Agency’s Intern Career Development Program designed to expose them to APHIS’ exciting and broad mission and inclusive culture and to develop key technical and leadership skills necessary to be successful APHIS employees.
To learn more about the positions offered and how to apply, please visit the APHIS Intern Career Development Program webpage. www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/banner/careers/internships/intern-career-program
Dave Wreford, Transfer Student Coordinator, has a work study position available. Must be available at least a couple of hours on Monday mornings. Please contact Dave Wreford at 719-587-7528, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit in person in the Transfer Student Coordinator’s office in the Admissions offices in Richardson Hall.
The Student Union Office has a Building Manager workstudy position available. Please go to SUB office 321 for an application and job description. Must be able to work evenings and weekends.
Adams State is hosting the 4th annual Piedra Pump Climbing competition on Saturday, February 10, 2017 in the Rex Activity Center. This year all proceeds will be donated to fund the Kyle Buffis Memorial scholarship.
Registration $20 is open to collegiate climbers and the general public ages 5 and up. If you are interested in participating you can sign up at asap.adams.edu or register in person the day of the competition. Everyone who registers will be given a free mug and be entered for a chance to win raffle prizes. Winners will be awarded cash prizes.
Registration 8-8:45 am
Climbers meeting 8:45am
Climbers meeting 12:45pm
Awards 4:30 pm
For questions or comments contact the Adams State Adventure Program at 719-587-7813, email@example.com or come by the climbing wall during our open hours to talk to an employee.
The Adams State University Nursing Program, in coordination with Bonfils Blood Center, will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 from 12:00 to 4:00. If you would like to donate, please read the following to ensure your eligibility and then contact Victoria Campbell at 719-580-7941 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time:
-Must be 18 years or older, 16 and 17 with parental consent
– Must weigh at least 115 pounds
-Must not have received a tattoo or body piercing using single-use equipment within the last 24 hours
-One the date of your donation:
-Will you have taken Accutane, Proscar or Propecia within the last month?
-Will you have taken Coumadin/Warfarin, Pradaxa, Xarelto or Apixaban within 1 week?
-One the date of your donation, will you have spent more than 24 hours in (traveled to) any location outside of the U.S. or Canada within the last 12 months?
The entire process should take approximately 20 minutes, with the actual donation lasting from 8-10 minutes. A few tips to follow to ensure a smooth donation process include drinking plenty of fluids and eating a well-balanced meal prior to donating. Also, please bring a form of ID with you to your appointment. It is a great experience donating blood and by donating, you will be someone’s hero. With just one donation, you could help save more than one life!
Walk-in’s are welcome and free snacks will be provided to all who donate!
Spend the day with the Adventure program ascending frozen waterfalls in Southern Colorado and taking in the beautiful winter views. After a short hike, with the opportunity for some snowshoeing, weather permitting, to the base of the Ice fall. An Ice climbing clinic will be taught so regardless of experience level everyone will get the skills they need to succeed. Don’t forget warm clothes!
Community Member: $30
Come into the Rex Fitness and Wellness Center (12pm-7pm M-F) ask one of our ASAP Staff for registration forms. For more information:
Mandatory pretrip meetings will ALWAYS take place 2 days prior to the trip leaving at 6:00pm in the Rex.
Welcome Back Students! We invite you to join us in Coronado lobby 6:30-8pm every Thursday night for a FREE meal, time to hang out and socialize, and a lesson/ discussion on topics of faith.
Tonight (1/18/18) We will be having Rigatoni and discussing the names of God.
Everyone is welcome!
Check out Christian Challenge at facebook.com/asujesus
If you would like a calm space to sit with others and practice relaxation, awareness, and quiet of mind, join us Thursdays at 5:30 pm (except during school breaks). The sit itself is from 15-20 minutes, sometimes with a brief guided meditation. This is an intimate, open, informal weekly activity that welcomes all, does not proselytize and envisions a hopeful, compassionate and peaceful world. Come to the interfaith Center for Religious & Spiritual Life located in the Student Life area of the SUB. Contact us at email@example.com or 719.587.7516 for more info.