The William C. and Ruth Ann Dewel Microscopy Facility serves undergraduate and graduate students and faculty at Appalachian State University offering a wide variety of services in light and electron microscopy and image analysis. The CAS Microscopy Facility supports both research and teaching, and provides instruction and assistance on the use of state of the art imaging equipment.
College of Arts & Sciences Animal Facility
The College of Arts & Sciences is committed to providing the Appalachian academic community with a safe, clean, humane, and efficient Animal Resource Facility. For information on the scope of activities, please consult the Animal Resource Facility User’s Manual (PDF).
Other Research Labs
In addition to the Microscopy Lab and Animal Facility, members of the science faculty maintain their own individual labs for research, usually involving both graduate and undergraduate students.
Departments and Programs
- Appalachian Studies
- Computer Science
- Cultural, Gender, and Global Studies
- Environmental Science
- Fermentation Sciences
- Geography and Planning
- Government and Justice Studies
- Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies
- Languages, Literatures and Cultures
- Mathematical Sciences
- Philosophy and Religion
- Physics and Astronomy
- Watauga Residential College
CAS Strategic Planning
Find out more about the development of the CAS Strategic Plan and how to get involved.
College of Arts and Sciences
Appalachian State University
I.G. Greer Hall, PO Box 32021
Boone, NC 28608