Adams State News - April 2015

ASU honors many dedicated faculty and staff

The annual Adams State University Employee Recognition Ceremony included honoring the 2015 Presidential Teacher Award recipients: Karen Adamson, Dr. Anicia Alvarez, Dr. Nick Saenz, and David Wreford. Continue Reading…

Final ASU Faculty Lecture is May 6

It is projected that between 2010 and 2020, the overall employment in STEM occupations will increase by 17 percent (JEC). Continue Reading…

Sustainability Practices course coming to ASU

This course will give students an overview of key environmental challenges facing communities, including businesses, today and provide potential solutions to those challenges. Continue Reading…

Amber Bray receives rural scholarship from the NBCC Foundation

As a rural scholarship recipient, Bray will receive $5,000 to support her counseling education and recognize her commitment to the underserved. Continue Reading…

Adams State's Model U.N. successful at international conference

Three of the team's six members were recognized as "Best Delegate" in their respective committees at the conference, held March 27-29 in Menton, France, on the campus of Sciences Po College. Continue Reading…

Christopher O’Brien will speak at Nielsen Library

The San Luis Valley (SLV) in South Central Colorado/North Central New Mexico may very well be America’s most anomalous region. Continue Reading…

Adams State Pan American Day releases results

According to Dr. Eva Rayas Solís, the Spanish Club, formed in 1928, has organized the event for over 85 years. Continue Reading…

Valley Community Chorus presents “A Celebration of Words in Music”

This concert pairs the words from religious texts, anonymous texts, and poetry from Robert Frost and Rudyard Kipling with music by Eric Whitacre, Paul Manz, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and others. Continue Reading…

ASU hosts National Society of Leadership and Success Banquet

“Leadership is passion and knowing who you are and where you come from." Continue Reading…

Chassman will present a free workshop on animal assisted therapy

Chassman opened Animal Assisted Therapy Programs of Colorado with the inspiration and assistance of Mazey, her former feral kitten. Continue Reading…

ASU creative writing public read is April 30

Shomaker said her writings and her journey “coming clean” is important to her. Continue Reading…

Duane K. L. France receives military scholarship from the NBCC Foundation

As a military scholarship recipient, France will receive $5,000 to support his counseling education and recognize his commitment to the underserved. Continue Reading…

ASU student will compete in national pageant

"When a person wins the national title they receive cash awards, prizes, and scholarships. They also become a mentor to the other girls.” Continue Reading…

ASU professor receives US Citizenship

"...I have lived in six different countries and I realized that the United States is my home.” Continue Reading…

Percussion Extravaganza is April 28

The Adams State Percussion Ensemble will perform the works of Levitan, Rennick, Reich, Shostakovich, Trevino, Westlake, and more. Continue Reading…

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